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Comments Snert Lee January 6, 2009 at 6:33 am Page does not answer the question vis a vis Outlook 2002. Important: The 2007 Microsoft Office system supports converters for Office 2000, Office XP, and Office 2003 programs, and the converters support Microsoft Windows 2000 and later. I much prefer your help, to the "fix" exe file offered everywhere else. Go to the file and right click on it. http://sauvblog.com/cannot-play/cannot-play-mp4-on-psp.html

Go to File -> Options. I have downloaded PowerPoint Viewer and followed your instructions. Thanks for your help up to this point. Some times all files will open when copied to Desktop some times does not open even copied to desktop. http://ask-leo.com/pps_files_still_dont_work_even_after_i_created_an_association_what_do_i_do.html

Reply Madelyn Picard February 10, 2009 at 2:09 pm I could not open an email attachment that said PuppyLove.doc. They've saved a few minutes of their own time at the expense of thousands of hours of user's wasted time and frustration. I have no idea why that is, and it's possible other e-mail programs display the same behavior.

I do have a pp viewer installed. Your antivirus program may prevent you from opening the presentation. Help. Method 2: Disable Protected View in PowerPoint Open Microsoft Office PowerPoint program.

Note: as I said this assumes the free PowerPoint Viewer, which you'll have had to download and install, and it assumes you installed it to its default location. If so, would you mind sharing the solution with me. I know you cant play the pps from an email.......at least I cant.. This partially solved my problems.

I'm going to assume you have successfully installed the free PowerPoint Viewer. Any comments that clearly indicate you've not read the article will be removed. If that looks OK and it still doesn't work you have to edit the registry. After that it is asking for "documents" and "and" files.

We'll look at how to go about configuring your system to view PPS files. In Protected View tab, deselect the following 3 options to disable Protected View which open files in restricted mode: Enable Protected View for files originating from Internet Enable Protected View for Even with my technical and somewhat geeky skills, the attempts were not worth the effort. Best regards Add comment Helpful +0 Report eddiedd Jan 30, 2009 03:41AM Did you cure the problem,I have it too,yes I too have to save it to my documents, then it

This tells programs which action is the "default" thing to do with a PPS file under certain conditions. http://sauvblog.com/cannot-play/cannot-play-asx-files-on-mac.html Add comment Helpful +4 Report Sassycat Nov 13, 2008 08:28PM I've been having the same problem on both my computers. Add comment Helpful +0 Report Leslie Jan 19, 2010 11:57PM I found this solution but haven't tried it. Any suggestions?

All I had to do was close Outlook in Google and OPEN IT IN Internet Explorer! Email programs may by default block you from opening attachments. //

Why can't I open attachments in Outlook? Then, you can try to open the PowerPoint presentations again. Check This Out I have had this happen to me several times and have a hard time finding a site that tells me the easy fix.

Unfortunately for some folks all that doesn't appear to work. Click on the Tools menu and then the Folder Options item. After "retiring" in 2001, Leo started Ask Leo!

For more information about features and formatting that are not editable, see Features that change or are lost when you open a PowerPoint 2007 presentation in an earlier version of PowerPoint.

phillysteve Thanks so much for posting this! Outlook Express users have it easy. Any other feedback? My Powerpoint Viewer is also a dutch one.

Mike Stevens December 19, 2006 2:32 PM I did everything you suggested. Can anyone help me??? Now it is working fine. this contact form JUAN MANUEL September 9, 2009 9:08 PM THAT WAS THE BEST ANSWER TO BE AVAILABLE TO OPEN POWER POINT (PPS) FILES FROM THE WEB THANKS Albert September 28, 2009 7:01 AM

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For some reason didn't like my writing. Reply deedee walker July 13, 2015 at 12:56 am ok, so how do I know if I am using, outlook express, or outlook 2002, and what is the difference? I clicked on office logo on top right and then clicked on excel options. PPS files are PowerPoint presentations and you'll need a compatible viewer to view them.

The fix you describe does not apply to Windows 7 because there is no "Advanced" button to use. But it is there.. "C\Program Files\Microsoft Office\PowerPoint Viewer\pptview.exe" "%1" What am I doing wrong Tony January 14, 2009 1:28 PM Sorry-- Let me update my problem.. Randy September 15, 2006 3:49 PM If the person's e-mail program is Eudora, there's not much he can do: I've got Eudora, and it absolutely refuses to open Powerpoint files that