How to open .ppp file please

  Tony 21:14 20 Feb 2008

Is there a free app to open and read a .ppp document without Serif?

  Stuartli 21:26 20 Feb 2008

Don't know if this will help:

click here

Doesn't seem to be a universal viewer for Serif PagePlus Publication files.

  Pamy 09:23 21 Feb 2008

download PowerPoint Viewer from Microsoft (free)

  VoG II 09:25 21 Feb 2008

Not Powerpoint click here

  martjc 09:27 21 Feb 2008
  martjc 09:29 21 Feb 2008

...VoG™! You beat me to it!

  Stuartli 10:04 21 Feb 2008

Nearly right...:-)

  Pamy 11:47 21 Feb 2008

Right, I thought it was a Power Point Presentation, wondered what Serif had to do with it.

  UncleP 13:07 21 Feb 2008

I don't think there would be much call for a Serif ppp file viewer, as recent versions of PagePlus will import and export standard pdf files. (And you can get them for a few pounds.) The free downloads suggested by martjc don't say which version is being offered, and it might not be compatible with the file you have, if that came from a more recent version.

It's not clear whether you want this for a one-off or on a regular basis. If the former, find a friend with PagePlus 11 or X2 and get him to transform the file (files?) to pdf. If you're really stuck, and the content isn't personal or sensitive, I'll try to do it for you - no guarantees! Otherwise negotiate with Serif for an early version; I think PagePlus 9 was the first that exported to pdf.

  martjc 12:28 22 Feb 2008 handle pdf files. It was given on a recent cover disk (about two or three months ago).

  UncleP 14:27 25 Feb 2008

Yes, correct - I didn't have version 8 to check. And I see that it's on the PCA cover disk for this month (April) too, so problem solved.

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