Power Point Update – Fix “no Text Converter Installed” Error

You may receive “no text converter installed for this file type” when trying to open up a Microsoft Power Point presentation. One quick solution is to try installing any available Microsoft office updates. You can browse to an office updates Microsoft site to check, download, and install any available updates for power point.

Also, you can enable automatic updates in Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8. This way any important updates, including those for Microsoft office products will be automatically be available for your particular version of windows operating system. Instructions for enabling windows automatic updates are listed below.

Enable automatic updates in Windows 8:

Open Control Panel by pressing a Windows logo key + X to see a list of commands and options, and then click Control Panel. Click System and Security. Click Windows Update.

Click Change settings, and choose or change those settings you want and remember your computer has to be on at that time you selected to install new updates.

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Enable automatic updates in Windows 7:

Close all open programs. Click Start then select Control Panel. Click System and Security, which you see when you view Control Panel by Category.

Click Windows Update. In a left hand pane, click Change Settings. Under Important Updates, select Install updates automatically.

Select any other options, and remember your computer has to be on at that time you selected to install new updates.

Enable automatic updates in Windows Vista:

Click Start, point to All Programs, and then click Windows Update. Do any of following:

If updates need to be installed, click Install updates. To start checking for updates, click Check for updates. In a Windows Update dialog box, click Change settings and then select options for how your computer receives updates from Microsoft.

Enable automatic updates in Windows XP

Click Start then select Control Panel. Click Performance and Maintenance, and then double click System. In a System Properties dialog box, click an Automatic Updates tab.

Select those settings you want to use. Click Apply then OK. Note: In Classic view, double click System, and then click an Automatic Updates tab.

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