Does Optimizer change my PowerPoint file?
PPTools Optimizer is discontinued
As of November 1, 2011, PPTools discontinued the PPTools Optimizer add-in for PowerPoint.
Please see the Optimizer home page for more information and other options.
The Optimizer site and the All About Optimizer pages will remain here to assist our existing Optimizer customers.
Optimizer always works on a copy of your original PowerPoint file, so other than saving your file again then closing it, Optimizer doesn't touch your valuable original presentations.
Optimizer saves your original as "OPT" + the original file name; it saves this file to the same folder as your original presentation.
For example, if you open C:\Presentations\MyShow.PPT and optimize it, you'll now have two files: