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Removing Customizations from PCB Files in PowerPoint

Have you wondered where PowerPoint stores all the customizations you make? Or all the customizations that third party add-ins do? All these are saved within a PCB (PowerPoint Settings) file. Whenever PowerPoint launches, it peeps inside the PCB file and sets up the customizations to make you happy!

Learn how to reset customizations from PowerPoint’s PCB files.

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