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July 05, 2013

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Paul Dunn

And it would be so nice on Keynote if there was a magical way (with the click of a mouse) of changing from a presentation done in 4*3 to 16*9. Right now it requires going through every slide and rearranging if you have simple looking (but complex to do) moves and so on.

Green

Very Interesting.Different types of screen for different purposes and presentations.What would be the golden ratio for the screen that will optimize the work in our home and offices.

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