Where do I find AutoRecover in PowerPoint?

Where are PowerPoint AutoRecover files saved?

Whenever AutoRecover saves a presentation that you are working on, that information is stored in the PPTnnnn. tmp file, where “nnnn” represents random numbers that PowerPoint generates automatically. When you save your presentation (on the File menu, click Save), the PPTnnnn.

How do I recover a PowerPoint File?

Using the integrated PowerPoint function

  1. Step 1: Show last-used files. Open the presentation program, click on the menu point “Open” and then select “Recent” from the left menu bar.
  2. Step 2: Recover a PowerPoint file that wasn’t saved. Now, you can click on the button “Recover Unsaved Presentations”.

What happens if you accidentally clicked don’t save?

Click the File menu. On the File menu, click Info. On the Info page, click “Manage Document” and then, from the drop-down menu, choose “Recover Unsaved Documents.” Note also that you have an option for deleting all unsaved documents should you want to do that.

How do I recover an unsaved PowerPoint 2010 document?

In PowerPoint 2010, just go to File > Recent and at the very bottom right you’ll see a link for “Recover Unsaved Presentations”, which will take you to a folder with PowerPoint files that were never saved when the files were closed.

How do I recover an unsaved PowerPoint 2016?

To the right of the command panel, click the “Recent” command if using PowerPoint 2016. Alternatively, select the “Recent Presentations” command if using PowerPoint 2013. At the bottom of the pane that appears to the right, click the “Recover Unsaved Presentations” button.

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How do I recover a PowerPoint presentation 2016?

If you haven’t saved the file

  1. Go to File > Info > Manage Document > Recover Unsaved Workbooks in Excel, or Recover Unsaved Presentations in PowerPoint.
  2. Select the file, and then select Open.
  3. In the bar at the top of the file, select Save As to save the file.