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I am trying to open an excel 2007 file using Powerpoint 2007 and am receiving the following error message "Powerpoint can't read the outline from C:\ No text converter is installed for this file type"

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I am receiving the following error message when attempting to open an excel 2007 file using Powerpoint 2007.  Powerpoint can't read the outline from C:\......  No text converter is installed for this file type.
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Thank you for your assistance.  I was able to resolve the issue.
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