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I'm trying to change the width and the height of the figure appearing in the top left corner of a powerdot presentation with the default style. This is not achieved with the logocmd and logopos parameters of the \pdsetup{} command, is it ? enter image description here

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that is defined in the style files. You can change it with overwriting the definition. Here is the original one where you can change the height and/or width.

\documentclass{powerdot}
\makeatletter
\pdifsetup{landscape}
{\sbox\pd@imagebox{\includegraphics[trim=50 20 0 20,clip,%
    width=.17\slidewidth,height=.1\slideheight]{powerdot-default.ps}}}
{\sbox\pd@imagebox{\includegraphics[trim=170 0 80 0,clip,%
    height=.1\slideheight]{powerdot-default.ps}}}
\makeatother

\begin{document}
\begin{slide}{foo}
bar
\end{slide}

\end{document}

if you do not need a handout which is in portrait mode then you can simply use/redefine

\makeatletter
\sbox\pd@imagebox{\includegraphics[trim=50 20 0 20,clip,%
    width=.17\slidewidth,height=.1\slideheight]{powerdot-default.ps}}
\makeatother
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Thanks. Please, why do the file powerdot-default.ps appear two times in your first piece of code ? –  Stéphane Laurent Sep 20 '12 at 10:24
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the first definition is for the slides which are in landscape mode and the second for a handout which is in portrait mode. –  Herbert Sep 20 '12 at 10:27
    
Thank you very much ! –  Stéphane Laurent Sep 20 '12 at 10:47

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