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    Well, this is tough. Presenter View is not specifically supported, however we do usually work with it. We do have a workaround setting that we can apply if you are using PowerPoint for Mac. If that’s the case, please contact us at and we can walk you through our “Force Monitor” feature.

    Unfortunately, we do not currently have a similar workaround for Windows. I opened a request with our Windows Slideware team to investigate if there’s something we could do as a workaround in the short-term. Otherwise, Microsoft does not have Presenter View available in the API (integration format) that we use. So, for us to fully with Presenter View we’ll need to do some reverse engineering to figure out what kind of math the Microsoft engineers are using here. Which is just tough for us.

    I’ll see what the team thinks and try to get another update on…

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    adnyla commented  · 

    I'm having the same issue. I've tried turning off presenter view and I've also reset DPI to 100% (from the recommended 125%) and the issue is the same. The slide goes off the top and bottom (and sides, depending on resolutions settings) of the screen. This is a relatively new problem that I first noticed about a month ago. I'm going to try uninstalling and reinstalling the extension and see if that fixes it.

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