Well, as we all know that Microsoft PowerPoint is an amazing tool for creating presentations, representing your business plans, college projects etc.
But sometimes you may face difficulties like: PowerPoint isn’t responding, hangs or freezes error. When your application stopped working.
How to Resolve PowerPoint isn’t Responding, Hangs or Freezes Error?
There may be different reasons behind this error of PowerPoint isn’t Responding, Hangs or Freezes.
Some of those reasons are listed here:
- Install the latest Office Updates.
- Send a frown to the Office product team.
- Check whether PowerPoint is in use by another process.
- Investigate possible issues with add-ins.
- Repair Microsoft Office.
- Is your antivirus software is up-to-date.
- If antivirus software is conflicting with PowerPoint.
- Change printer defaults.
- Check some advanced troubleshooting solutions.
Check to See if your Antivirus Software is Up-to-Date
Yes, You may face some issues of “PowerPoint isn’t responding” because your antivirus software is not up-to-date & it is integrated with PowerPoint.
To Resolve this issue, you can disable the antivirus software add-ins.
In this process, you may also need to contact your antivirus software vendor for some configuration knowledge.
Change Printer Defaults
If the above process doesn’t work properly, then you need to do this process.
Change the default setting of PowerPoint Printer.
To Change Printer Default Setting:
Go to Control Panel
Click on Hardware and Sound
Go to the List of Printers.
Click on Microsoft XPS Document Writer or Send to OneNote.
Click on Set as default printer.
Some Advanced Troubleshooting Options:
If all these options doesn’t help to solve your problem then you need to use some advanced troubleshooting options which are made for advanced computer users.
Change your startup settings to resolve these issues.
Because whenever you start windows, there are some applications & software which works in background.
This may be the reason behind your Microsoft Applications Errors.
If your issues are not resolved, then feel free to contact here: Microsoft Office Support.