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Powerpoint 2007 presentation in powerpoint 2010

Posted on 2011-03-22
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I have a presentation created in Powerpoint 2007, that was put a presentation CDROM. From the CDROM, using the ppview that was on the cdrom it plays fine.

However, if the computer has Office 2010 and uses the new Powerpoint version, the slides are messed up.  More specifically, on the left had side is text used to fit in the bottom left hand corner, now that text doesn't fit. It either is off the screen on the bottom or it overflows to the right over the slides main contents.

If I grab the main .ppt and open if PP 2010, the same thing happens in the design view.
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It may be the problem of font missing. Use best fonts in windows default fonts.
And you may save your file in "windows 95-2003" compatibility mode for best results.
check your alignments before saving your projects. that's it. it will work good.
thank you :)
Paddhmann
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