Problem description: I saved my presentation in powerpoint format. I have saved it under 2 different names. When I tried to reopen the files I get a general error message stating "General Error. General input/output error."
This is a really important presentation and I do not know what to do
Steps to reproduce:
1. .... I haven't been able to reproduce, I want to fix the bug
Current behavior: I have updated to the latest version of libre offica and still can't open files.
Operating System: Windows 8
Version: 184.108.40.206 release
Can you attach the files pls?
Thanks for the report!
Created attachment 85478 [details]
Can't open this file
I have attached the file.
I can confirm that with LO 220.127.116.11 (Win7 32bit), PPV 14 also can't open that file.
thanks - able to reproduce
I am not sure what all this means. Is it a corrupted file. Do I need to redo the presentation?
Subject: [Bug 68992] FILEOPEN: Unable to open particular pptx document
Date: Mon, 9 Sep 2013 07:52:39 +0000
FILEOPEN: Unable to open file
FILEOPEN: Unable to open particular pptx document
Comment # 4
on bug 68992
from Cor Nouws
thanks - able to reproduce
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In order for this one to be a valid bug, it must be clear whether:
- this is FILESAVE bug, in which case you need to attach your source ODP (same presentation saved in ODP first) OR
- this is FILEOPEN bug - but this PPTX can't be open with free Microsoft Viewer, so it seems definitely corrupted.
Good practice is to make documents in ODF and that save as Microsoft OXML, if needed.
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Possibly related to https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=91611 because it's the same "General Error. General input/output error." message
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