powerpoint 2007 can't print a presentation

Posted on 2012-09-04
Last Modified: 2012-09-26
Powerpoint 2007, sp 2
Windows xp pro sp3
We have a 51 slide presentaton that when you try to print  a Event ID 1000 occurs.  It occurs on any machine that we try it on.  It only happens with that file.  We also tried copying all the slides and pasting them into a new file and keeping the source formating, but that did not help the situation.

Any suggestions of what to try next?  We don't want to upgrade all the offices in our office.

Here's the info in the eventvwr.exe

Faulting application powerpnt.exe, version 12.0.6600.1000, stamp 4de50c7e, faulting module kernel32.dll, version 5.1.2600.5781, stamp 49c4f482, debug? 0, fault address 0x00012afb.
Question by:vwchristopher
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    It could be one of many issues. Take a look at this forum. It has a wide range of causes, fixes and application versions to choose from.
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    Turns out one of the slides was corrupt.  Removing the slide and repairing Office resolved the issue.  Thanks for the suggestions.

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