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β‡’ Category:Plugin Files
β‡’ Developer:Microsoft Corporation

πŸ“Œ A .PPAM file structure correlates with an add-in entry exploited by Microsoft PowerPoint, a suite mainly focused on developing and designing slideshow presentations with enhanced graphics, effects, and animations. Specifically, the .PPAM file schema includes custom components that add a miscellaneous featured arsenal, such as new tools, custom macros, and extra commands for enlarging and extending initial, default PowerPoint functions. In detail, the .PPAM technology has been initially opened up and established in 2007 with the subsequent distribution and deployment of Microsoft Office 2007 edition. The .PPAM file logic and build-up are nearly analogous to PowerPoint .PPA add-in resources, although the former extension mechanics support and maintain miscellaneous macro capabilities and options. Among the typical examples of .PPAM add-ins such modules as QR code generators, interactive voting polls for the audience, and pictogram-insertion tools should be mentioned first hand. PowerPoint .PPAM covered add-ins for PowerPoint 2013 to 365 generations are suggested to be allocated at the following hard disk folders, as it is suggested by default:

C:\Users\[user name]\App Data\Roaming\Microsoft\Addins\.

How to open an .PPAM file?

πŸ“Œ The .PPAM add-ins can be sustained, discovered, and opened up with the assistance of Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 and forthcoming, subsequent builds of the suite in macOS and Windows shells. In order to successfully retrieve and extract the aforementioned file contents with PowerPoint 365 web-service, pick File -> Open -> Browse item from the primary menu of the service, then pick β€œPowerPoint Add-ins (*.ppam, *.ppa)” branch node from the revealed pop-up dropdown menu section. In order to successfully manage your add-in object entities in PowerPoint 365, choose File -> Options -> Add-ins menu category.

Programs to open .PPAM file - Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 Add-In

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