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skreignman40

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I have a quick question for work. My boss wants to know if its possible to use 1 laptop and 1 power point presentation and project it using two projectors on two different projection screens. Hopefully that isn't two confusing. Basically i want to know how to project a presentation on two different projection screens without having to have two laptops to do it. It will be in one big room so rather than jut have one projection screen we want to so its easier for everyone to see. Any help would be appreciated.
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Troy

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Yes it's easy, we do this at our church. One projects up the front for the congregation and one projects up the back so whoever is on stage can easily see the same thing. And we actually have a third which is connected to a monitor right next to the projection computer. All three have exactly the same display at all times.

What you want is a VGA splitter, this takes the source and copies it to more than one output.

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