Recovery Toolbox Makes the Recovery of PowerPoint Presentations Fast and Easy with the Release of a New Tool

Recovery Toolbox, a company known for its expertise in the area of data recovery and supplier of a broad range of powerful recovery tools, is glad to announce the release of a completely reworked and largely improved version of Recovery Toolbox for PowerPoint. Based on an intelligent recovery engine and featuring an intuitive interface, the program is an excellent choice for users looking for a way to restore the contents of their damaged PowerPoint presentations quickly and without resorting to expensive third-party services.

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Recovery Toolbox for PowerPoint

an excellent choice for users looking for a way to restore the contents of their damaged PowerPoint presentations.

Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) November 02, 2013

Recovery Toolbox - recoverytoolbox.com, a well-known manufacturer of an extensive line of specialized data recovery tools for popular applications, is pleased to present the all-new Recovery Toolbox for PowerPoint. http://www.recoverytoolbox.com/

The program has been substantially improved in every aspect, and specifically in its ability to restore data even from badly damaged presentations files that its predecessors and competitors had serious problems with. Based on a brand-new proprietary recovery engine that uses several advanced algorithms, the product works with PPT and PPTX files of any size and containing any standard objects supported by PowerPoint. http://www.powerpoint.recoverytoolbox.com/

Depending on the version of the source file, the program uses different algorithms for the recovery of PowerPoint data: for PowerPoint 97 through 2003, images and embedded audio files are saved to a separate folder; for PowerPoint 2007 and higher versions, images are added to recovered presentations. http://www.recoverytoolbox.com/faq.html

Recovery Toolbox for PowerPoint also restores charts, both as bitmap images and tables that can be edited in Microsoft Excel. The interface of this PowerPoint recovery tool is based on an intuitive wizard that turns the recovery of PowerPoint presentations into a series of simple confirmation clicks. http://www.recoverytoolbox.com/help_powerpoint.html

“We are really excited to present the new Recovery Toolbox for PowerPoint that now offers new recovery capabilities, such as the recovery or charts in an editable form,” explained Victor Bobrov, Senior Software Engineer at Recovery Toolbox. “This version demonstrates excellent efficiency in all situations, we guarantee that. Besides, the program is so easy that even your 7-year-old cousin can recover her school presentation in no time!”