I've tested this with my Mac Mini, and I am in a similar situation to the first thread. My first file is corrupted. I do feel the problem is not with PowerPoint though and not with Adobe since I downloaded the free version of Writer, I did this from the Mac App Store as well as the Office Store as far as I know. Can't save to Word: r/guru — Reddit In the past, I made sure to save my slides to my documents folders instead of my home directory. Unfortunately, that is no longer an option. The solution has been documented by many others, and I hope this thread can be the point where the community discusses the best way to fix this common problem. When a new version of your software comes out, and you can't save your PowerPoint presentations to the documents' folder, and this is a real bug, could you add a special option to your PowerPoint to allow you to save PowerPoint? —Sara The original poster of this is Sara Abramovich (SarahObradovic). She posted about this problem on Reddit. She does not have any information of what version of PowerPoint she is currently using either, but here are some notes: “I'm an active member in the Microsoft MVP's Community, so I have no idea if the problems are specific to PowerPoint or Microsoft Office. There is some concern about the new “Save as PDF/XPS” feature coming to PowerPoint in Windows 10. I assume some people in the MVP's Community are using PowerPoint 2023 or 2014; I don't have a 2023 machine, and I wasn't aware this feature was new.” Sara seems to be using MS Office 2013. It was suggested to her to open a Microsoft Office 2023 Office module (you can also edit the PowerPoint.Adm file). This would then open PowerPoint 2023 instead of Office 2010. The same problem seems to exist on earlier versions of Office, but the solution is to use another version of PowerPoint like 2023 or 2010. If you are still having problems you can use the following solution: Open the Office Module you are currently using, find the PowerPoint module in the list, and then run it by double-clicking it. This will then open the PowerPoint 2023 module in its own menu and save it to your documents folder. If you still can't save PowerPoint then I am sorry, but I am not going to take any of your suggestions.