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I'm running powerpoint 2008 (v. 12.3) on my MacBook Pro. I am in school, and take a lot of notes on slide presentations in the notes box at bottom. I want to be able to print the slides with the notes with more than one slide on the page. I can do this by (File > Print > (Print What > Notes); (Print Layout > x slides per page). The problem is, no matter if I choose 4, 6, or 9 slides per page, the slides are always small and the text in both the slides and notes are hard to read. Is there any way to print multiple slides with notes on a single page while making them larger to "fit" the page?
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