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Old 08-26-2010, 10:18 AM
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Default What is the .dpi for a 42" television screen with a 1024 x 768 resolution?

Hello! I am fairly new to PowerPoint and I am designing slides to be seen on a 42" television screen and the resolution is 1024x768. I am designing my graphics in Photoshop to be inserted into the PowerPoint slide. My question is, what dpi do I need to use in photoshop to display correctly on the 42" 1024x768 res TV screen. I know you need 300dpi for print and 72dpi for computers. I also need to add movement to the slide. Any guidance there would be greatly appreciated as well! Thanks so much!
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