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Object shift when importing PowerPoint slides

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Jun 22, 2020

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I am asking about the following phenomena when importing PowerPoint slides.

 

When creating a Captivate project using PowerPoint slides, the position of the object created in PowerPoint is misaligned.

 

The size when capturing PowerPoint slides with Captivate is 1280×720 (preset size, maintain aspect ratio) and the slide size of PowerPoint is 16:9.

 

After importing PowerPoint slides into Captivate, in Captivate the object will be a little left side or the bottom of the slide will be cut off.

 

So, Could you tell me how to eliminate this phenomenon ? 

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Object shift when importing PowerPoint slides

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I am asking about the following phenomena when importing PowerPoint slides.

 

When creating a Captivate project using PowerPoint slides, the position of the object created in PowerPoint is misaligned.

 

The size when capturing PowerPoint slides with Captivate is 1280×720 (preset size, maintain aspect ratio) and the slide size of PowerPoint is 16:9.

 

After importing PowerPoint slides into Captivate, in Captivate the object will be a little left side or the bottom of the slide will be cut off.

 

So, Could you tell me how to eliminate this phenomenon ? 

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Jul 16, 2020

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Hi Yuki! I'm having the same issue. I was wondering if you had made any progress in your search for a solution?

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