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    Powerpoint & Wide Screen

    Just a quick question in powerpoint i am making something and its on a widescreen laptop and there are blank bands at each side whwn i view the show how do i make it so it fills the screen.

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    Re: Powerpoint & Wide Screen

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    Re: Powerpoint & Wide Screen

    you will need to convert the slide width into pixels and then back again once you have done your calculations.

    the website below will convert it for you

    units-converter



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