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Aug 6th, 2022
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Have you ever struggled with editing your Ppt document while on the go? Well, DocHub has an excellent solution for that! Access this cloud editor from any internet-connected device. It enables users to Restore subject in Ppt files rapidly and whenever needed.

DocHub will surprise you with what it offers. It has powerful functionality to make any changes you want to your forms. And its interface is so straightforward that the whole process from start to finish will take you only a few clicks.

Explore DocHub’s capabilities as you Restore subject in Ppt files:

  1. Add your Ppt from your device, an email attachment, cloud storage, or via a link.
  2. Create new content by clicking on our Text button on the top, and alter its color, size, and fonts as required.
  3. Click on our Strikeout or Whiteout tools to erase details that just don’t seem right any longer.
  4. Make visual changes by drawing or placing pictures, lines, and icons.
  5. Highlight crucial details in your documentation.
  6. Click on the Comment option to make a remark on your most significant modifications.
  7. Turn your Ppt file into a fillable template by clicking on the Manage Fields tool.
  8. Place fields for various sorts of data.
  9. Assign Roles to your fields and set them required or optional to make sure parties fill them out correctly.
  10. Drop Signature Fields and click on Sign to approve your paperwork yourself.
  11. Decide on how you share your form - via email or through a shareable link.

When you finish adjusting and sharing, you can save your updated Ppt file on your device or to the cloud as it is or with an Audit Trail that contains all alterations applied. Also, you can save your paperwork in its original version or turn it into a multi-use template - complete any document management task from anyplace with DocHub. Subscribe today!

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How to Restore subject in ppt

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have you ever lost a PowerPoint presentation or accidentally deleted one well happens to me so many times and I guess it happened to you as well hello my name is Michael from the recover its team and Im here to provide you with more practical data solutions and yes today we talk about recovering PowerPoint presentations Microsoft powerpoints which is the most popular tool from the Microsoft Office suit for creating presentations and I guess so many of us have used it just the idea of losing a presentation is so dreadful let alone of this actually happening well luckily there are some mechanisms of preventing this and some tools which are even embedded in the Microsoft Office to partially or fully recover these presentations and unfortunately unplanned things can happen I can unexpected down a software crash power loss or probably a software glitch they all can cause some data loss and luckily were here to help you to recover it lets get down to it were gonna start with the inbuilt

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To undo an action press Ctrl+Z. If you prefer your mouse, click Undo on the Quick Access Toolbar. You can press Undo (or CTRL+Z) repeatedly if you want to undo multiple steps.
Contents Move a Presentation to recover a PowerPoint file. Step 1: Save file in a temporary location. Step 2: Copy file into another folder. Step 3: Open file. Paste slides into a new presentation. Step 1: Open a new presentation. Step 2: Recover unsaved PowerPoint. Step 3: Save file. Open PowerPoint in safe mode.
Click the File button in the ribbon and then click the Home tab in the menu. Click the Recover Unsaved Presentations button at the bottom of the screen to navigate to the folder where AutoRecover files are stored.
The reset button works by returning the placeholders to their original location and changing the formatting (e.g. fonts, colors, effects) back to what has been assigned in the template.
Now, use the right side of your mouse to click on the file and select the option Undo Delete from the menu. Your presentation will now automatically reappear in the folder from where you deleted it. You can easily recover a PowerPoint file if it accidentally ended up in the recycle bin.
One method is to open Explorer and then navigate where you have saved the document. Here you can right click over the file and then choose Properties. Now, change the tab to Previous Versions and here the files should appear. Then, click Restore.
If you put a file in your trash but decide that you still want it, you can put it back in your Drive. In the upper left, tap Menu. Trash. Next to the file youd like to save, tap More. Restore.
View previous versions of a file Open the file you want to view. Click File Info Version history. Select a version to open it in a separate window. If you want to restore a previous version youve opened, select Restore.

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