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PowerPoint Files

September 30th, 2010 · No Comments

All the Power Point files we receive are for medical conferences where there is a poster session. Most¬† poster session have different size specifications . The one problem with PowerPoint is there is a file size limitation of 56″. There are a coule of ways we can handle this.

1. Size your file to half the size of the final output. An example would be a 4′ x 8′ file. You would size you PowerPoint file to 24″ x 48″

2. If you are borrowing a template and want it bigger but already have placed all your content, we can upsize the file here to certain degree. It will always main it’s proportional relationship between width and height.
Example: You have a 36 x 56 file.  We can size it to as much as 48 x 74 with no loss of sharpness.

Be Careful when you specify the size of the file to us. Many times people will ask us for a 48 x 72 and the file size is 48 x 56. We can’t get to 48 x 72 without some charges.

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