PowerPoint 2010 found an error it can't correct and will shut down

Hi, I thought I resolved this client's with using thisisudax.org conduit malware removal.  The problem returned and I ran the utility again only to have the message open up intermittently when running powerpoint files.  The office suite is updated.  Do you have any additional tips for the annoying probklem?
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snoopaloopAsked:
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Echo_SConnect With a Mentor Commented:
check add-ins. Tools | Options | Add-in. What's listed?

If there's a bluetooth add-in there, even if it's listed in the "not active" part of the list, remove that add-in. It's notorious for causing these kinds of problems.
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snoopaloopAuthor Commented:
Thanks but I removed the Bluetooth last week on the add-ins
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Echo_SCommented:
It's hard to give suggestions without knowing what all you did....
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snoopaloopAuthor Commented:
I will try this later today.  ok, any other suggestions?

 yes, I neglected to mention the removal of manage add-ins.  My bad.   I used CCleaner, Hitman Pro, thisisudax, and malware malbytes.
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Echo_SConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Does the crash occur with all files or just one particular PPT file?

What do you mean by "running"? Are you (the user) in edit mode when this happens, or are you in slide show view?

You removed the bluetooth add-in, but are there any others listed when you to to Tools | Options | Add-ins? At the bottom of that dialog, choose COM add-ins, then GO. Anything listed? What if you choose PowerPoint add-ins there? Anything listed?
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Echo_SCommented:
Oh yeah, also look at printer drivers: http://www.pptfaq.com/FAQ00952_How_to_install_a_TEST_printer_driver.htm

I know it sounds weird, but it's an easy enough thing to test.
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snoopaloopAuthor Commented:
I revisited the Bluetooth add-on thing after running sfc /scannow.   I ran powerpoint in admin mode and noticed the Bluetooth add-on was still present.  It was removed and all is well.
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