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AutoRecover and AutoSave Options in PowerPoint 2016 for Windows

Like many other users of PowerPoint, you might have also faced this situation: you have been working on a presentation for hours, and suddenly PowerPoint or even the computer crashes! This crash may happen due to a power outage, instability of the system or even PowerPoint itself may crash due to a bug or glitch. You then realize that you had not saved the presentation for a long time and may have lost most of your work. Although you can keep your programs updated, system secure, and even save your file often, there is no guarantee that you will never see a crash again and lose all or some of your work.

Learn how to enable AutoRecover and AutoSave options in PowerPoint 2016 for Windows.

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