If you are getting the error code PowerPoint has stopped working in Windows 8, today’s user guide has been created to help you.
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Don’t you get annoyed by the feeling that a “PowerPoint has stopped working” error message appears on your screen? This doesn’t just mean that you’ve been forced to close PowerPoint for ages. This also means that some of your unsaved progress may also be lost.
But don’t worry. At the end of this article, you should have some great tips on how to fix this bad behavior.
PowerPoint suddenly freezes and an additional window appears in the interface with the message:
There are few possible causes for this single error, including the following:
– The computer or laptop does not have enough processor power (especially when it is slow)
Here are some diagrams to fix the Microsoft PowerPoint error that caused the work to stop.
Restart Your Computer
Turning off and on any computer is a lie, but it really helps a lot. Since Windows 8, Microsoft has recommended that users use sleep and hibernation modes, otherwise the computer will shut down.
Well, a lotAll programs continue to run, and if at least one of them is not programmed in detail (for example), this can slow down many things. Just turn the item off and on again to fix the problem with minimal effort.
Close All Open Programs
Close all programs you are not using to make sure PowerPoint is getting the applications it needs for your computer to function properly.
This is not necessary if both Windows and PowerPoint work well enough.
Disable Third-party Plug-ins In PowerPoint
Why PPT suddenly stopped working?
repair office Fixing your good offices programs can now solve issues that make PowerPoint unresponsive, freeze or freeze by automatically fixing errors in our file. Close all running Microsoft Office features. Open “Panel”Go to Management, then Programs and Features.
Third-party plug-ins are one of the main causes of this issue when installing PowerPoint. Disabling these plugins will help you determine if one of them is causing the problem.
Click here to learn more about how to disable third-party plug-ins in PowerPoint.
How do I repair Microsoft PowerPoint?
Open the control panel, go to the section “Uninstall or change treatment” (or “Add or remove programs”). Scroll through the list of programs and find your version of Microsoft Office. Right-click and select Edit. We recommend using the online fix option.
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