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PowerPoints Tips to Minimize Browser Resizing


Created Octomer 2015

This content of this tutorial is mostly directed to room owners.

Room guests need to be aware about resizing the co-browser and individuals viewing recordings/archive, that include uploaded PPT files, need to resize the browser window for optional viewing. There are a few options that may help to mitigate the resizing activity.

  • Set the default co-browser size to a value that will display the entire page e.g.- 70% for displays set with a resolution 1024 by 768. However displays with different resolutions may require a different browser size - i.e. 50% for displays with a resolution of 1366 by 768. (aspect ratio is the key ratio - 960 x 720, 1024 x 768 and 1280 x 960 all have the same aspect ratio - 1366 x 768 is a different aspect ratio). You would set a browser size the accomidate most of your guests.
  • Consider setting the browser size to a value that will display the entire page for all guests computers - e.g. 50% - and have those individuals wishing to increase the image size do so.
  • When creating presentations do not include any critical content on the bottom portion of the page. 
  • Do not use PowerPoint. Use HTML to craft your presentations. Some knowledge of HTML and CSS will be required. You will find example of this on the Internet. Many of these use javascript to navigate from slide to slide and therefor you may not be able to push the pages to the guests. You could use the Document Center to upload the folder containing the HTML files this function is not available with the Web Document center.

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Article ID: 115
Category: Document Center
Date added: 2015-10-26 21:33:07
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