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PowerPoint 2010 Alignment Issue

We are currently using Office 2010 on all of our computers. All users create PowerPoint documents and share them with one another. With one of the four computers was sent a document that is not showing correctly at any of the four PC's.. .. On the every PC that is having the problem the text will not align with the text box, it will fall out of the bottom or overlap words. I have attempted changing printer drivers, checking if they're using different fonts and repairing the office installation. I'm not sure what else I can check that would resolve this issue. Any input would be greatly appreciated. All other documents such as Word and Excel function properly.

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It's not just printer drivers but video and printer driver &

& the default printer must be same. That, fonts too.

Part of what can upset folk is Word, PP and such are rendering based on many things. I suggest you create PDFs if you must present it without reliance on Word and PP's rendering system.

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PowerPoint 2010 Alignment Issue

I have a feeling this is happening after a copy/paste and not just when they open the file and view it in slide show view. Can't it be a font issue like, the problem computer having a font that seems to be the same but in fact is not?
That deformating issue in a PPT, already happened to me with an OTF being automatically replaced by a TTF with the same name, in a second computer... (content removed past this)

Note: Due to file repair spam, such is removed when found.

Post was last edited on September 6, 2015 9:26 AM PDT

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PowerPoint 2010 Alignment Issue

Thank you all for your advice! The issue has been resolved.

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