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asked 2012-03-12 22:52:56 +0200nguinn97
At my school, they have Microsoft office 2010, but I use LibreOffice at home. I made a presentation using Impress, but PowerPoint said that some of the data was corrupt. When it tried to repair it, some of my slides were missing. I saved it in the default .odp format. I tried to save it in the PowerPoint 2010 format, but it messed up my presentation on both PowerPoint and Impress. I was wondering if there was any format that had good compatibility between the two.
answered 2013-01-22 11:59:27 +0200ROSt52
I am also observing occassionally problems with ppt and odp files. Currently I consider to save my Impress files as pps or ppsx files to run them on PowerPoint. I you like give this a try.
answered 2012-03-12 23:10:17 +0200nguinn97
Thank you, that seemed to work a lot better!
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