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Changes from slide to slide

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I recently inserted jpeg files, each file into one slide. All files were saved as a jpeg at same exact size and format, before inserted into a powerpoint program.
When I view the slide show, there is a jump on one or two images throughout playing the slides during the presentation.

I clicked onto each slide and checked the "Format Picture," and all files show same size, position, etc.

Now I ask, why is my slide presentation showing movements/changes /flickering within one slide to the next in certain areas, when format of each slide is equal?

Thank you for your time.

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It's likely that the rest of each slide is not exaclty equal (e.g. the amount of text) which could push the picture a little bit in one direction or another or make powerpoint automatically resize the picture or text objects to fit the slide. I'd have to really see the slide presentation to be 100% sure but orientation on each slide is likely the cause.

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    Gerald Russell Mar 21, 2009

    it's likely that the rest of each slide is not exaclty equal (e.g. the amount of text) which could push the picture a little bit in one direction or another or make powerpoint automatically resize the picture or text objects to fit the slide. I'd have to really see the slide presentation to be 100% sure but orientation on each slide is likely the cause.

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