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Convert from Flypaper to Powerpoint

I have lost my original Powerpoint file, can Flypaper convert my Flypaper exe flie back to a Powerpoint file
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    Hi Glen,

    Sorry to hear about your lost powerpoint file. Did you create backups of this file on a flash drive or in saved file folder first before implementing it into your Flypaper project? Most people usually save a copy in their "My Documents" folder, have you checked there as well? You could also try using the windows search feature to scan your computer for ALL powerpoint files and see if a backup copy was created or stored in another folder. If you believe the flypaper.exe file has become your powerpoint file, I would copy it to the root c: folder. Go to START-->RUN-->type CMD and hit enter. This will bring you to a dos screen. type "cd\" and then hit enter, now you should be at a c:\ Then type in ren c:\flypaper.exe (put a space and then enter the name of your powerpoint file with the correct extension) and hit enter. This should change the file back to your original powerpoint file. then simply hit exit and browse to the c:\ folder, the new file should be there and waiting for you. If your still having problems, feel free to contact us here in the Flypaper Help Desk or at support@flypaper.com

    Thanks,

    -Mike
    -Support Analyst
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    Mike,

    Thanks for the reply, if I had done the conversion in the first place, trust me I would have several copies everywhere, unfortunitely I'm just the IT sap trying to fix up anothers mistake.
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