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    Prob inserting from file (2003)

    Hi. I'm inserting one presentation into another using Insert/ Slides from Files. Regardless as to whether I choose to keep the source formatting, the inserting slides have text that now fall off/ outside of the slides. I've checked the original presentation and File/ Page Setup indicates that the slides are set the A4 measurements.
    What could cause this to happen? Thanks, Andy.

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    Re: Prob inserting from file (2003)

    What is the page setup for the presentation into which you're trying to insert the slides? The default page size for a presentation is not A4, but 10" by 7.5".

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    Re: Prob inserting from file (2003)

    Sorry, not A4. Both presentations are set up for On-Screen Show with slide width set at 25.4 cm and height at 19.05 cm. Andy.

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    Re: Prob inserting from file (2003)

    In that case I don't have an explanation or solution, at least not without seeing the presentations.

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    Re: Prob inserting from file (2003)

    I'll give it up as a lost cause soon, although I notice the original presentation has three slide masters and three title masters. Do you think this could be a cause of the problem? Andy.

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    Re: Prob inserting from file (2003)

    I don't think multiple masters should cause this problem.

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