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I have been using Elements 4 for a few years & saving a slide show either to memory stick or cd. I recently tried inserting a memory stick with a slide show on it into an HD projector rather than a straight data projector. The images appeared over exposed & far from right. What is the difference using an HD projector?? If an HD projector is to be used, how should I make the slide shows so that they can be reproduced accurately?? Is it all in the sizing of the images?? Thank you for assisting me with this recent problem. Lois Thompson -- jayell@westnet.com.au.

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I think hd projectors still have problem when it comes to compatibility so i advice you to read the manuals of the hd it could be size or the format of the slide show

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