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Issues with Fonts Converting from PPT?

Participant ,
Apr 05, 2021 Apr 05, 2021

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Here's a question for the community to do with PPT slides not translating quite right when uploaded in Adobe.

 

Very often when I creat a PPT slide, there are one or two slides where the text looks great in PPT, but when it's uploaded inot Adobe Connect, the text wraps around to the next line.

 

A.  I wish this didn't happen, but...

 

However, in the interrim, I've found that making sure that the text box that contains the text is large enough.  Some problems occur when the text box is too small.

 

I've also seen the problem with rotated text (like when a text box is rotated 45 degrees), and also with some builds.  I'm pretty sure these are known issues.

 

Does anybody know if there are any particular issues with certain fonts?  I'm trying to figure out a comprehensive solution (other than just screen sharing) to make PPT rendering go easier.

 

Thank you.

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Engaged , Apr 05, 2021 Apr 05, 2021

As long as standard fonts are used in the original presentation then it is frequently just a matter of time for Adobe to build the conversion to display a font correctly in Connect.

A workaround for a problem slide (with static content) is to export the slide as an image and then replace the content of the problem slide with that image.

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As long as standard fonts are used in the original presentation then it is frequently just a matter of time for Adobe to build the conversion to display a font correctly in Connect.

A workaround for a problem slide (with static content) is to export the slide as an image and then replace the content of the problem slide with that image.

Walter Zweigle - Sales Account Manager | Clarix Technologies Inc. | 585-899-5300 x156 | zweigle@clarix.com
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