Problem 1: Stuck at startup
If the following picture is displayed at startup, it means that the PPT plug-in, screen recording tool, and PDF reader installed on the computer have been loaded into the PPT. If you do not turn off these add-ons, these programs will start every time you start PPT. Causes a freeze at startup.
Turn off the add-on.
After opening the PPT, click [File]-[Options], find [Add-ons] in the pop-up window, and click [Go] at the bottom. In the new pop-up window, uncheck the add-ins that you don't usually use.
Question two: use very stuck
Except for too many programs running on the computer, the most likely reason is that the [Auto Save] interval set is too short. From [File]-[Options]-[Save], find "Save Auto Recovery Information Time Interval", and set the time interval longer.
Question 3: The file is too large
Too large PPT files can also cause PPT freezes.
The first solution is [Font Embed] in [Save]. After unchecking, the font file of the document will not be saved in the PPT file, which can save memory.
The second setting is "Do not compress images in files" in [Advanced]. If there are many pictures in the document, the volume will change greatly after unchecking. However, once the quality picture is compressed, the original picture quality cannot be restored in the document. Use it with caution!