Presenter permanentely forces the "Do you want to save the changes ..." file save dialog to appear even for unchanged documents when I try to close it.
To confirm the saving all times is not the solution because then I will loose the file's time/date stamp for the last real change.
Not confirming the saving can be risky in case of any changes to the document which I am not aware anymore for that moment.
Especially in case of having multiple documents open - this drives me really crazy.
Deactivating the Adobe Presenter Add-in would solve the issue - so it is a problem related to Adobe Presenter (and not related to Powerpoint).
I am using:
Adobe Presenter 9.0.2
Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010
Windows 7, 64 bit, Service Pack 1
Thanks for your help
The easiest way to solve the problem is to temporarily deactivate Adobe Presenter when you don't need it.
In PowerPoint, go to File / Options / Add-Ins, select "COM Add-Ins" at the bottom of the window and click "Go".
Then un-check the Adobe Presenter PowerPoint COM AddIn:
You can easily reverse the process when you next need to use Presenter.