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Unable to see recent items for powerpoint 2010 in windows 7 enterprise edition

Posted on 2011-03-14
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The list of recently opened items is not showing up for powerpoint 2010. It shows up for everything else like excel, windows media player etc. i tried reinstalling powerpoint 2010 but it did not resolve the issue. any clue?
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Question by:JYBejesh
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I found this suggestion here:
http://www.mydigitallife.info/2010/07/04/fix-windows-7-jump-lists-missing-or-does-not-display-recent-items-or-pinned-files/

Not sure if it will solve your particular issue, but worth a try.
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Assuming you are looking at FILE >> Recent?
Go to FILE >> Options >> Advanced -- in Display - What number is set for Recent Documents?
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by:JYBejesh
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Thanks sah18, this solved my problem :)
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So glad it worked for you!
Cheers, sah
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