hairylunch (hairylunch) wrote,

Bleh, as convenient as PowerPoint is for making slideshow presentations, I really wish that it would auto-compress. Apparently this is a feature in the XP version, where you can select if your presentation is for print or screen, and it'll compress images and things automagically. For screen, 72 dpi, as opposed to some of the 2 megapixel images I've inserted into my presentation. There is no reason a presentation should average 2 megs a slide . . .

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