[aprssig] Ballooning APRS ppt files?

n4lbl alan.schulman at gmail.com
Wed Feb 11 15:14:53 CST 2015


I presume that Powerpoint is like Word and Excel and stores many previous
versions so that you can use the undo button.  I've not done this (or used
MS Office for many years) but I'd suggest 1) opening the presentation, b)
set versions to 1 in something like preferences, iii) save, and IV) reset
versions to whatever you like.  Sounds good anyway!

Alan,,,   n4lbl

On Tue, Feb 10, 2015 at 5:01 PM, Robert Bruninga <bruninga at usna.edu> wrote:

> Does anyone know how to find bloated bytes in my APRS PowerPoint
> presentation? (its on aprs.org)
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> I just gave two recent APRS talks and although I am editing down my
> long-winded usual APRS Power point, it seems to just keep getting bigger.
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> I have COMPRESSED all the images and it should only be about a 4 Meg
> presentation.  But over the years it has grown and is up near 11M.
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> Is there a way to see the memory associated with each slide and go attack
> the problem that way?
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> Again, the content should be small.  But something in all the copying and
> saving over the many years has accumulated a lot of excess baggage.
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> Respond to Bruninga at usna.edu if you have an idea.
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> Bob, Wb4aPR
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