Power point import problem...help!!!

when i import a power point presentation, it shrinks and i can't see it to edit it.  Why???  Can anyone help?

Hi Keith,
Please check if your problem is the same as mentioned in http://forums.adobe.com/message/3013239#3013239
Regards
Rahul

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