eRepair PowerPoint 1.0.1.0

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eRepair PowerPoint is designed to help users recover data from damaged PowerPoint files by analyzing and extracting content and media from the presentation and then creating a restored file.

Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/XP/2000/Server
Publisher:
Alex Shipman
Price:
$27
File size:
1.09 Mb
Date added:
August 24, 2011
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Description from the Publisher
eRepair PowerPoint is a repair tool for damaged PowerPoint files that helps to recover data. eRepair PowerPoint utilizes an analysis and extraction process to restore most or all of the data from a damaged or corrupt PowerPoint file that would otherwise be difficult to recover. The user friendly interface performs most of the recovery process with minimal user intervention.
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