Set PowerPoint 2013 for Windows as the Default Version

Created: Tuesday, July 4, 2017, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 9:15 am

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At times, you may want to change your default version of PowerPoint. This decision can be important for you if you have multiple versions of PowerPoint installed on your system. Typically the last version installed is the default version, but there are other ways to change the defaults, and all of them do not work all the time! Let us explore some options if you want to set PowerPoint 2013> as your default version.

Set PowerPoint 2013 for Windows as the Default Version

Learn how you can set PowerPoint 2013 for Windows as the default version if you have more than one version of PowerPoint installed.

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