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Microsoft Office PowerPoint

The file you were working with was modified...

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  Microsoft Office PowerPoint 

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  The file you were working with was modified during suspend mode, and the original version is no longer available. file must be re-saved.

You might receive this error message if you put your laptop into Suspend Mode and then resume working on a presentation on a disk or network share that you opened before putting your laptop in Suspend Mode.
If you receive this message, Microsoft PowerPoint has detected that the original presentation on the disk or the network share has changed since you opened it. It might have been opened by another person from the network share, and it might have been saved by that person since you last opened it.
To fix this, do one of the following:
To overwrite the changes made by the other person, save your changes to the presentation onto the network share.
To save your changes without overwriting the changes made by the other person, save a copy of the file by using a different file name.
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Typical location
  C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11\

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  Windows XP

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Last update: 17-Jun-2012 3:53 am