Answer: Hi, thank you for visiting and for your questions. We have two options. I am assuming that you are printing and not using PowerPoint. If the presentation is in PowerPoint then you would just use our standard PPT maps and adjust the slide to the size you need. If you are printing you are usually working on some kind of desk top publishing program like InDesign or Quark to lay out the document. With these you can set up any size page you want. For the map you would use our Adobe Illustrator eps version and do your customization in Illustrator or CorelDraw or some kind of drawing program like that. In these program you can scale the map to any size. You can also scale the map to any size once you bring it into InDesign or Quark. EPS files are vector files so you can make them any size you need and the resolution doesn’t change. They are line drawings and can be customized however you need. A second option if you don’t have the Adobe kind of products is to do all of your work in PowerPoint. You can set up custom page sizes and do your work that way. Many of my customers work like this because they don’t have the graphic design programs. Set up your custom page size first and then copy and paste your map into the slide. You can check out our videos for tips on doing this, I would also check with your printer and see what kind of files they would like to receive. Printing is different than working on the computer screen. You are often working with 4 color CYMK files instead of the 3 color RGB computer screen kind of file. Check with the printer on this, it will save you a lot of grief later. I hope this helps, if you have more questions please feel free to contact me. We also have many sample that you can download to test. We received a very nice comment on the lessons from one of our subscribers, it is always great to receive feedback, thank you. >, Dear Bruce,>, >, Thank you for the tutorial. I will need this in the next few months >, as we change territories within the US maps. So thank you so much. >, As I start to work on this and if I find it difficult to follow the >, instructions I will call you.>, I’m still grateful for fixing the immediate issues I had last week.>, >, Thank you so much. I answered like this: thank you very much for the comments, I am glad the lessons are helping. I am also glad to help if you get stuck. Feel free to call or contact me. Source.