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Settings to create short throw rear

I have done simple setting changes to turn my projector into a rear projector. However, I want to use it on the back of a stage projecting onto a rear proj. screen only about 8 feet in front of my PowerLite. Are there settings I can change to make it project large onto this 6'x8' screen?

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You'll need a short throw lens.

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