Created attachment 111636 [details]
File which illustrates the description
1. The red writing with shadow does not work correctly in LibreOffice.
2. Also, the first set of black writing incorrectly disappears when the second set of black writing traverses, then reappears when the second set of black writing arrives at it’s final position.
This is also written in the notes section of the Presentation file which is attached.
Could you give PowerPoint screenshot, please?
UNCONFIRMED -> NEEDINFO
Created attachment 111648 [details]
PowerPoint format instead of plain text format
Sorry, original file was plain text (text/plain) not in PowerPoint pptx format.
Clock to open with LibreOffice Impress or PowerPoint.
Using PowerPoint Viewer I saw that big pixels.
Confirmed -> New definitely
Shadows are not good here too.
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