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    Cloning Screen Issue

    Hi,
    We have a PC that is setup to clone what is on the PC to the TV mounted on the wall.

    The issue is that when you try to present a powerpoint, it only shows on the desktop PC, but just a black screen on the TV

    Any Ideas?

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    Which way are you splitting the signal? Using a VGA splitter or using VGA to tv and dvi to pc monitor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by glennda View Post
    Which way are you splitting the signal? Using a VGA splitter or using VGA to tv and dvi to pc monitor?
    Sorry, we are using one of the HDMI Output ports to the TV. The TV does support HDMI.

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    Assuming your using office 2010?

    If so in PowerPoint go to the Slide Show tab, on it there is a drop down box for 'Show On' and you should be able to select which screen the PowerPoint is shown on - and other settings to mess with!

    Hope this is what you mean!

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    Quote Originally Posted by beany1 View Post
    Assuming your using office 2010?

    If so in PowerPoint go to the Slide Show tab, on it there is a drop down box for 'Show On' and you should be able to select which screen the PowerPoint is shown on - and other settings to mess with!

    Hope this is what you mean!
    Its either this or something to do with the graphics output of the machine - try this first and post back if it doesn't work.

    Toby

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    Do you have the correct resolution set?

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    is it windows 7? if so try windows key + p and choose duplicate.

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