How do I equate the 16:9 ratio to the “height x width” concept in PPT 2003 so we get the format right?

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Application Compatibility
PowerPoint 2003
PowerPoint 2007
Windows XP
I work for a church; we have a PC that displays on a large screen TV in our sanctuary and has to have the 16:9 format ratio for PPT's. However, our Ministry Assistant (who creates a lot of the PPT's) still has 2003 on her PC at the office. How do I equate the 16:9 ratio to the "height x width" concept in 2003 so we are sure she's getting the format right? Thank you!

Software/Hardware used:
Power Point 2007 on XP OS, Power Point 2003 on Vista OS (No this is NOT backwards!)
ASKED: June 30, 2010  12:59 PM
UPDATED: June 30, 2010  1:59 PM

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This article may be helpful: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/powerpoint-help/work-with-aspect-ratios-to-preserve-your-graphics-when-you-copy-slides-HA001142090.aspx. Also, make the fonts she is using are installed on both computers.

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