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When uploading PowerPoint presentation to WebEx sometimes a few of the lines will get shifted.

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Occasionally when I upload a PowerPoint presentation to WebEx a few of the lines will get shifted within the presentation.  This makes the presentation look sloppy.  Does anyone know why this would be happening or how I can fix it?
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Yeah, WebEx conversion sometimes does weird stuff. You could try Save As and save the slides as JPG and upload those. Or maybe try printing/saving as PDF and sharing a PDF instead?
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Echo S,
Thank you for your response.  I have a WebEx conference tomorrow and will try out your solutions at that time and let you know how it goes.  Thanks!
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Thank you for the suggestion.
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