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Leslie McKerchie

Hi Robert and welcome to E-Learning Heroes!

Sounds like the something is going on with the PPTA file. Perhaps it is just locked, in which case a re-boot will help.

If the error messagepersists after rebooting your computer, it indicates thePPTAfile is corrupt.

You may be able to recoverresources from a corrupt PPTA file using7-zipto extract itand reveal its contents.Depending on the severity of the corruption, you may not be able to extract the PPTA file.

In order to continue working with your PowerPoint presentation, delete or rename the corrupt PPTA file.Articulate Presenter will generate a new PPTA file for your PowerPoint presentation the next time you click one of the options on the Articulate menu.