Learn PowerPoint 2003: Remove and Disable Update 2464588

Created: Friday, April 22, 2011, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 9:38 am

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From the last few days, PowerPoint 2003 has started acted a little weird — when I open any presentation or template, a window shows up stating that some of the text, images, or objects on slides within the presentation or the template have become corrupt. Once I click OK in this window, the presentation or the template does open — but some of the slides show blank white placeholders instead of showing up transparently over the background — PowerPoint also seems to behave as if these slides are corrupt.

Learn how to remove and disable the 2464588 update that shows display errors for any presentation or template that includes a background picture in PowerPoint 2003.

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