Thanks for the additional information. So more questions:
Does this happen with all presentations that include linked charts or just some, and if the latter, can you delete slides from a copy of the presentation to isolate just some charts that cause the problem (or does ANY slide with a chart cause it)?
Do you have a Windows-approved printer driver installed locally and set as default? I realize this seems pretty far-fetched, but NOT having one can cause all sorts of strange problems, so it's a good starting point for nearly any kind of troubleshooting
Have you tried round-tripping the presesentation and converting the round-tripped version?
I have a similar issue too. A pptx slide with two tables. It will not save. I made a new pptx document and copy/pasted each slide one at a time and saved. It would not save after I pasted the slide with 2 tables.
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