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I've been trying to post a PowerPoint presentation on the 'walkthrough' section and keep getting this error code

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For security reasons we have to limit the file types that can be uploaded to our system. Images and PDFs are ok.

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3 hours ago, jdm said:

Please convert it to PDF, which will make even easier for people see it.

I've converted it and posted it now. Thanks for the tip!

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24 minutes ago, Mark said:

For security reasons we have to limit the file types that can be uploaded to our system. Images and PDFs are ok.

Thanks Mark, that makes sense. I've converted it to PDF, so it's now been posted.

 

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29 minutes ago, oldhippy said:

Hello Mark, I assume Jon contacted you about his problem with an upload.  

Just noticed the thread - thought I would clarify 🙂

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On 8/21/2021 at 5:39 PM, Mark said:

For security reasons we have to limit the file types that can be uploaded to our system. Images and PDFs are ok.

I wanted to clarify that currently this also include .AVI, .MOV and other video files. If you want to share a video please upload it first on YouTube or other platform, then post the link here. Doing that will also spare costly forum resources.

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