Newly created file getting version error

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Newly created file getting version error

Postby TWilson442012 » Sun Feb 11, 2018 12:37 am

I just created this file and saved it as a PPT not I get a version error when I try to reopen it. I need it to work today and do not have time to recreate it. thanks I keep trying to upload the file but it does not work.
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Re: newly created file getting version error

Postby FJCC » Sun Feb 11, 2018 1:04 am

Please provide the complete text of the error message.

In what way does the upload not work? Is the file too big? There is a 128KB file size limit, so that is likely the problem for an Impress file. If so, you can post it on One Drive or Google Drive or a file sharing site like Media Fire. If the problem is not the file size, then what is the problem with the upload?
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Re: newly created file getting version error

Postby TWilson442012 » Sun Feb 11, 2018 1:12 am

the file is too big to upload, here is the error message
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Re: newly created file getting version error

Postby FJCC » Sun Feb 11, 2018 1:24 am

I found a post with a similar problem that solved it by converting the file on Zamzar. The post is here. In that case, it was a very old PPT format and Zamzar converted it to PPT 97-2003. Try using that site. You might also try downloading the LibreOffice office suite and see if that opens the file.
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