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Ashley,

Did you try the steps at the top of this thread already? If not, please try them and tell me what errors you get or what you did not understand in the steps. It should be very similar to what I posted since that is the version that I am using and made the steps from.

Apryl


This message was edited Mar 5, 2009 by apryl.
 
 

Apryl,


My ppt. I am on a school computer and it wont let me download the patch to be able to convert to pdf.


Ryland


Attachment: Copy (2) of poster board.zip (4.85 MB)
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This message was edited Mar 5, 2009 by rmacfadyen.
 
 

It worked! Thank you Apryl!


 
 

rmacfadyen,

Did you try exporting as a tif or jpg using the information about clicking the "Options" button to choose 2400 pixels and "best" image quality?


I will look at your file.


 
 

Great Ashley glad that worked! :)


 
 

HI Ryland,

Below is a jpeg of your poster. SciVee accepts jpegs too, so try this and let me know if you have any troubles. I tested it with good results.

Apryl


Attachment: rmacfadyen.jpg (1.30 MB)
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This message was edited Mar 5, 2009 by apryl.
 
 

HI tigeiger,

Re: Your poster not coming out clearly


Can you please upload your ppt file here?


There is a file attachment option when you post on a discussion board.


Thanks!

Apryl


 
 

Kristin,


Can you please try to save it out as a jpg instead of a pdf as described earlier in this thread?


Otherwise, please post your ppt file since the file I just tried to work with is yeilding an error that it is corrupted.


Apryl


 
 

HI Kristin,

I opened your ppt and was able to save it as a jpg. See the attached below...


Attachment: kristin.jpg (1.56 MB)
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Hi, Apryl!


I'm currently uploading my video but it seems to be taking a while. Is this normal? Is it just my connection from home that is causing it go slow?


It's telling me it'll take over 113 minutes but then fluctuates up and down.


It's an iMovie file....hopefully I didn't upload a super huge file.


Thanks,

Andrew


 
 
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