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What exact version of Premiere Pro?
Can you post a screen shot of the window you're talking about?
Assuming you're exporting something like a QuickTime, then all you'll see is DV presets--you're not missing anything. Other formats, like H.264, contain many more presets ranging from mobile devices to HD etc.
It's nothing to worry about though; just make your own. Specify the video codec and parameters you like, e.g. QuickTime Animation 1920x1080 square pixel 23.976 progressive, along with the necessary audio parameters, and then save your own preset. There are so many possible permutations that it just wouldn't be logical to create tons of presets.
If you have specific questions on building a preset for a particular output, fire away...
Ah, well this is emberassing. I come from a world where you can export virtually anything in a .mov format. With FCP, I'm able to export an H.264 Quicktime in any aspect ratio (also with a whole slew of compressions for that matter). It was just interesting to not see these options readily available.
After selecting my H.264 format I was able to get it to 1920x1080. Thanks guys.
After selecting quicktime you need to move further down the screen where you can select the codec (e.g. ProRes if installed) and frame size (inc 1920x1080).
Once you've got a setting you like you can save it as a preset so you can select it at the top just like the DV settings.