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If these images don't already have a 1:1 (square) aspect ratio, then scaling to a 1:1 aspect ratio will distort the image. You may have to crop them to the desired aspect ratio first. Cropping could be recorded as an action and run as a batch, but this would apply the same crop to every image, and that may not be what you want. You may have to crop them ...


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You don't need any permission. Unsplash License All photos published on Unsplash can be used for free. You can use them for commercial and noncommercial purposes. You do not need to ask permission from or provide credit to the photographer or Unsplash, although it is appreciated when possible. More precisely, Unsplash grants you an irrevocable, ...


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One solution could be to save (File > Save As) the PowerPoint slides as image files. This Microsoft Docs page explains how to edit the Registry to set a higher resolution for the slides. Remember to save a copy of the Registry before editing it. When you will have saved the slides as images, you can choose whether to use them as slides or to crop the ...


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Frame challenge: why not generate a text file with all the textual content, run the translation system on that, and then incorporate the translated text into your Keynote, skipping the entire PP-KY-PP mess completely?


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Unfortunately, you could be on the hook. Laws vary from country to country about how remedies to creative theft can be made (lawsuit, independently adjudicated, etc.), but most of the world abides by certain standards for fair use and creative rights through the Berne Convention and other treaties. If you are really interested, a short article with good ...


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Link paths in all Adobe applications are absolute and not relative. Meaning they all reference the system they are on when initially creating the link. If the document moves, the absolute links break. The only way to ensure links remain unbroken is to have all linked items on the same directory, and at the same hierarchy, as the working document and never ...


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Sorry - before this gets closed as off-topic tech support - I've bee through this - it is the difference in how each OS expresses and reads filepaths, both symbolically as listed in the comment above and in how filepaths are parsed inside the OS - short answer is that there's no way round this - each time you jump OSes on the opening of the file, you'll need ...


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You could just take a screen capture using the PrtScr key. Then paste it into MS Paint, then crop it to the size you need. MS Paint is already installed in Windows 7 by default, so there's no need to install anything else, or use a web app.


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You can bin colors. You can not however solve your ultimate goal. See the color mixing on computers only work in relation to very narrow technical constraints. Mixing color with physical medium is not one of these. The Lab color model is just not up to this task. It does not know anything about the spectrum of your samples. This becomes relevant when you ...


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You need a web application which is powerful enough for creating the content you want to show. There are many services which can be good enough and can be run with common browsers. Try this https://vectr.com/ and this https://www.photopea.com/ at first . In Photopea you can paste PrntScreen -captures as a new layer if needed. The capture can be taken from ...


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