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I have made power point presentation using ubuntu. Now i want to open same file in windows xp or windows 7. How can i do it?Does simply copying the file in windows and opening with microsoft power point solves problem?

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Your question is related to a Power Point Presentation, which makes me think that you already created a .ppt or .pps file.

The short answer is "YES", these files will run in Power Point for Windows (any version).

If you haven't yet created the .ppt or .pps file just proceed to save it in the proper format by using the File/Save As option from the Menu, after which you can choose which format you are going to use for the saved file, then you can simply copy/paste your file into any Windows based system (perhaps via USB or any other way) in order to enjoy your presentations.

LibreOffice/OpenOffice Presentations will run in Windows based systems if you install/already have installed the proper piece of software on them.

Good luck!

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You probably made the file in LibreOffice Impress which can potentially save in a format that Office Powerpoint does not like(e.x. odp,otp). Check the file extension, it should be something like .ppt or .pptx. Just save in the proper format and you should be fine. You can cahnge the format when using File -> Save As. Select ppt in the dropdown list.

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