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ich habe eine PPTX zu übersetzen, die nur so strotzt vor Dokument-Objekte, die von Studion 2019 nicht erfasst werden. Ich habe gesehen, dass es eine App dafür gibt (Extract and Reinject Embedded Objects) aber das Download führt nur zu einer Errorseite.
Gibt es eine andere Lösung? Oder kann mir jemand sagen, warum ich diese App nicht herunterladen kann? Gibt es sie nicht mehr wirklich?
Bin dankbar für jede Hilfe!
The app is only for DOCX. The problem you're having is most likely due to Microsoft changing the way they embed files in Powerpoint. It used to be possible to get at the files and you could see this by unzipping the powerpoint and getting at the files inside. But in recent veersions they changed their approach and placed the files inside a bin folder as embedded binary bjects and we can't get at them any more.
This may be the problem you are having.
Try unzipping the PPTX (add .zip to the end and unzip it) and see if you can get at the embedded files inside. If yo can, then you at least have a workaround, but if you can't then this would be the problem.
wow, thank you Paul, it works with zipping.
And how do I proceed to get the translation back into the ppt after have translating the new word files?
Translate the embedded documents as usual, then put the translated documents back in the same location (replace the old ones), then ZIP the files, rename the extension (ZIP) to PPTX and you should get a new translated PPTX.
Open the PPTX to confirm that it works; if it doesn't, it's because you created the ZIP from the wrong root directory. ZIP it and try again.
thank you Jesús for your help.
Unfortunatly, it does'nt work.
I'm now sure, I put the files in the right directory back. First it comes a message, Power Point has to repare the file and than, it cannot read it.
Do you have an idea?
Hi Isabelle Hofmann,
Please, check this video:
It's about the same issue, putting assets back to the main file, although the video is about an Excel file. It should be the same with PowerPoint files.
Sorry, in plain Spanish.
I hope it helps,
sorry, I forgot to post that it works at least! It was my fault, I zipped the whole directory and not the entzipped directories, I mean it was one level too high and that was the error.
Thank you once more for your help, also Paul thank you. You're the bests! :-)