If a slide is removed from the presentation, and the slide contains an embedded object, the removal of the slide will corrupt the presentation. If you open the presentation created by Aspose, PowerPoint will detect the corruption and will ask the user to repair the file.
I am using Office 2010, .ppt format, Aspose.Slides 6.3.0.
I have attached a small Visual Studio project and deck to demonstrate the issue.
1. Run the attached project.
2. Open the Deck2.ppt file produced in the bin/debug folder.
3. PowerPoint will detect the corruption and will only be able to partially repair the file.