The file has a .ppdf file name extension or is a protected text or image file (such as .ptxt or .pjpg) The file has been natively protected as a read-only copy. To learn more and to read the lawsuit, click here. How the file opens depends on how it was protected, which you can tell by looking at the file name extension. Error code: 2S136/C Contact Us Existing user?

Since it's only 118 bytes it may be harmless. I ran ADS Spy which reported 57 ADS files on my system.All but one are harmless "favicon" ADS files attached to various .url files located in c:\documents and settings\...\favorites.However, I'm concerned Sign In Sign In Remember me Not recommended on shared computers Sign in anonymously Sign In Forgot your password? Because PowerPoint 2007 supports the .pps file format, you need to install PowerPoint 2007 or the free Microsoft Office PowerPoint Viewer 2007, which lets you view full featured presentations, on your

Top of Page Share Was this information helpful? Comments Edit Share Twitter Facebook Theme Light Dark + Options In this article This content is not available in your language but here is the English version. If you do not have Office PowerPoint 2007 installed on your computer, yet you have an earlier version of PowerPoint installed, you can do one of two things: Ask the person Follow the instructions in the tool to check for problems on your computer that might prevent a protected document from opening.

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