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When creating a Kai's Power Show quick show the images in the slide show are always much smaller than the computer screen images on the monitor or projector. When projecting a show this not a problem, because I move the screen back to produce a larger image. When making a copy on a DVD writer the images are of course real small only a quarter of the screen size or less. Any ideas?

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Pose your problem in a Kai's Power Show category, natch.
Then the experts can tell you to configure quick show and save your configuration.
You should probably let people on to what version you're using, and double-check that you haven't specified a need to keep room in the matte for the full file-path, title, metadata, and other stuff that would use up the other 3/4 of the screen in the show template you saved last time.
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