Okay, I just did "git pbuilder update; git pbuilder login" to get into
an unstable chroot, "apt install pstoedit" to install it, and ...

root@tarsk:/# pstoedit -help | egrep ppt
pstoedit: version 3.70 / DLL interface 108 (built: Oct 11 2016 - release build 
- g++ 6.2.0 20161010 - 64-bit) : Copyright (C) 1993 - 2014 Wolfgang Glunz
Default interpreter is /usr/bin/gs
        pptx:                   .pptx:  PresentationML (PowerPoint) format      

root@tarsk:/# dpkg --status pstoedit | egrep Version:
Version: 3.70-3

So, works for *me*!

Perhaps you didn't install the corresponding version of the support
library package?

root@tarsk:/# dpkg --status libpstoedit0c2a | egrep Version:
Version: 3.70-3

With the wrong library version the executable might not load the missing

In case this is the problem I've pushed (in the packaging repo) a strict
version dependency to force the library version to precisely match that
of the executable. Perhaps something less strict would be okay, but I
don't feel like testing version-skewed configurations.

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