What is the tagline written below the "Minimalist Running" in the first slide of ppt in the youtube video Snagit November

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What is the tagline written below the "Minimalist Running" in the first slide of ppt in the youtube video Snagit November Webinar - 11/15/2012
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Robin

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Rick Stone

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Where exactly are you seeing this? Can you provide a screen capture to demonstrate?
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Hi Please find attached the screenshot.

The text in caps below Minimalist Running heading. I need it for one of my works.
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Thanks for the screen shots. They help.

Unfortunately, the text below that title seems to be totally unrecognizable. Seems the lady with the PowerPoint is Erika Smith. As this video appears to have been created in 2012, it's possible that she no longer works with TechSmith.  But maybe one of the TechSmith folks will pop in on this thread to advise.

One thought I had was to present this video on a large display such as a big screen TV. That might present the text large enough to read so that you could note what it says.

Can you advise as to why that particular text is important to obtain?

Cheers... Rick :)
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Thanks Rick. Actually i am working on a Minimalist Running presentation and was looking for a tagline. So thought could use that one...is there anyway still i can get that text in that ppt?
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Sorry, but without actually seeing the PPT first hand, it's difficult to say what that text is. I tried displaying it on my TV. Now it's not the biggest TV at 40 inches, but it was utterly unrecognizable. I even tried with the TV presenting it and using the Windows Magnifier. Here are the results:


Wishing I could be of more help here.

Cheers... Rick :)
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Hi All;

Looking at that presentation, the likeliest case is that it was made specifically for the promo video for Snagit and the tagline is simply space-holder text, in place for the demonstration of Snagit in the video. Given the age of the video, I am unable to find anything referring to that specific PowerPoint sample.

-Robert