How big should you go?
In the old days of slide shows, presenters would hold their slides out at arm's length. If they could still see the text, then it would be OK when projected.
Dave Paradi has researched the question and offers a PDF document that compares screen size, fonts, and seating distance.
"For example, if you're using a 60 inch screen and have 32 point text on your slides, the furthest someone should be is 57 feet from the screen."
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