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I'm working on the creation of a database tutorial. I am using PowerPoint as the presentation medium. But the slides are not big enough to hold certain information like, say, an ER diagram or multiple tables that are legible to read. Is there a way to make the slides bigger? What can I do? Should I use another presentation medium?
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Shrink/modify the images?  The problem isn't really the size of the slide, is it?  You only have a certain amount of screen space to work with.  In order to make the presentation work you may have to take screenshots, play with image sizes, and blow up (magnify) certain things you want to focus on.  

Good luck.
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Thanks, rf.
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