Powerpoint Viewer 2007 – Download the free PPS Viewer from from Microsoft, to read any file created using PowerPoint 2007, 2003 or earlier.
Do you have the need to quickly open and glance a PowerPoint presentation on your notebook or PC, but couldn’t do so as you don’t have PowerPoint installed?
Don’t worry, as you could still open it without buying an MS office 2007 license! Microsoft does provide a free tool to let you open and view such files.
You could download PowerPoint viewer 2007 for free and open any presentation created using PowerPoint. This software lets you open and view a slide show of presentations (more commonly referred to as ppt) created using office 2007 or office 2003 or any earlier version of PowerPoint. A PowerPoint viewer is useful for such limited usage of just opening and scanning through the slides, but it doesn’t let you to edit the the files.
PowerPoint viewer 2007 is a software with full “open and Read” capabilities. This means that you could not only open any PowerPoint presentation shared by your friend or colleague, but you could also open password protected files. Moreover, you could also view a complete slide show with all the elements of PowerPoint such as graphics, sound effects and animations in fill fidelity. You could thus open and view any fully-featured presentation created using PowerPoint 2007 or any earlier version.
This PowerPoint Viewer works on Windows XP, Vista, Windows Server 2003 and Windows 2000 SP4 and it could open presentations created in the following Microsoft Office programs.
- Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007
- Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003
- Microsoft PowerPoint 2002
- Microsoft PowerPoint 2000
- Microsoft PowerPoint 97
Free download Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer 2007 and install it by double clicking the downloaded exe file. After installing it, you could run “Microsoft Office PowerPoint Viewer 2007″ through the “Start” menu under “All Programs” and open any presentation.
People who read this also viewed these helpful relevant videos
Current average ratings.