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I've edited a .pps file which was made with the 2003 version and saved also as compatible with PowerPoint 97-2003 but a friend of mine can't see the last version of the file. The original file can be seen by my computer friend.

What can I do to make the new version of the .pps file to be viewable on the computer of my friend? Any tips? Where/what else do I have to check/do?

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It's unclear what version you and your friend are using, can you clarify that? – Tom Wijsman May 19 '10 at 19:29
What do you mean by "can't see" in this case? – CarlF Aug 31 '10 at 19:17

You can tell him to install PowerPoint Viewer 2007 and try again.

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