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Mon Apr 12, 2021, 09:19 PM

I feel really bad for the young 5th year grad student whose presentation just crashed.

You could see how nervous she was, how hard she worked to put it all together, but she struggled with Powerpoint, and got just so far - English not being her first language and then the whole thing crashed.

The talk, if you got through all that was quite interesting, involving novel phosphoamidites and novel protecting groups for DNA synthesis, but it all just crashed...

She probably spent a long time preparing, and then this...

I hope she has a great career though, she's a smart kid doing good work.

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Reply I feel really bad for the young 5th year grad student whose presentation just crashed. (Original post)
NNadir Apr 12 OP
drray23 Apr 12 #1
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Mon Apr 12, 2021, 09:22 PM

1. She will learn like we all did

that its always a good idea to export your powerpoint as a pdf file as well. Sometimes fonts dont display correctly ( especially d
for formulas ) or powerpoint crashes, thats when you use the pdf.

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