Users to Learn How to View Broken PowerPoint Presentation Data with a New Tool from Viewer Tool

Viewer Tool presents a major update for PPTX Viewer Tool, one of its best-selling products and a remarkably efficient tool for restoring the contents of PowerPoint presentations damaged in various incidents. The release introduces a brand-new data analysis engine, new algorithms and multiple stability- and performance-related improvements that make it the optimal choice for users who want to know how to view a broken PowerPoint presentation.

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PPTX Viewer Tool

PPTX Viewer Tool

a remarkably efficient tool for restoring the contents of PowerPoint presentations damaged in various incidents.

Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) April 28, 2014

Viewer Tool, a company that developed a line of specialized recovery tools for many popular applications, releases a new version of PPTX Viewer Tool, a powerful comprehensive solution for the recovery of the contents of corrupted PowerPoint presentations. Users who don’t know how to view a broken PowerPoint document will appreciate the simplicity and intuitiveness of the program’s wizard-based interface that requires absolutely no special knowledge, skill or even previous experience with similar solutions. http://www.pptx.viewertool.com/

The update encompasses an all-new data analysis core, various bug fixes and stability improvements that make the work of the product more stable and productive than ever. The program fully automates the PPTX recovery process, leaving the user with a few simple choices and confirmation clicks. PPTX Viewer Tool never modifies the structure of original files, allowing users to go with alternative recovery tools and methods, if necessary. http://www.viewertool.com/downloads.html

The program thoroughly scans the structure of damaged presentations and recreates it along with their data in a new PowerPoint file. The just-released version of the program restores text, images, charts and even media objects from damaged files and supports PowerPoint documents of all major versions, starting from PowerPoint 97. http://www.viewertool.com/products.html

Charts are recovered both as a bitmap image inside a presentation and an editable MS Exceltable. The software requires no additional components to be downloaded and is completely self-sufficient. The only requirement for successful recovery is the presence of a copy of PowerPoint on the user’s system.

“The addition of a new version of PPTX Viewer Tool to our portfolio is yet another step towards meeting the highest performance and quality standards of today’s market of recovery software,” explained Head of Sales at Viewer Tool. “We are glad to offer a tool that uses our latest proprietary technologies to deliver excellent results time after time and help users deal with the consequences of system crashes of all sorts.” http://www.viewertool.com/