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PowerPoint Crashes

Posted on 2010-09-19
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Scenario:   A VIP attempts to print a PowerPoint presentation but receives PowerPoint application crashes each and every time any print job is sent to the local printer.  The VIP needs a printed copy of the presentation in 3 minute.  What are two options for a quick troubleshooting and/or fix on her machine that you could perform
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Kinda depends which version of PPT. If 2007 or 2010:

Save as PDF and print that.

Make sure the printer driver is installed locally, not on a network.

Check add-ins. What's listed? Send to Bluetooth is particularly problematic.
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