With wide-screen equipped projectors and displays — and the unending amount of sizes required for digital signage, it seems like the PowerPoint slide’s typical 4:3 resolution is no longer sufficient. And many times, you have to change your slide size from one to another after it has been created! Yes, PowerPoint does have an option to resize your slides but that feature does have a “take-it-or-leave-it” approach, what with you ending up with slides where pictures and other slide objects can get elongated or squished. Fortunately, our review product PPTools Resize is a much more gentler solution that hand holds you all the way, and ends up with more predictable results.
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