Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with text, part of OpenOffice.org 2 Impress Getting Started.
As a presenter with important information to relate to your audience, it is…extremely important that you maintain their interest. One of the best way is…using OpenOffice impress is to add visual interest to the slides that you're…presenting on the big screen. So in this chapter we are going to talk about…different ways to add visual interest by adding different types of objects to…your slides. We'll begin in this lesson with text, now many slides and their…layouts come with placeholders for text for example titles with text down below…in a bulleted list. But what happens when you need to add some additional text…to another area of the slide and there's no place holder there, that's the kind…of thing that we are going to do in this lesson. I have already open up a file…that we are going to work with, if you have got the exercise files you can…follow along by going to the lesson 4 folder and opening up this one,…Orientation one its .odp file. You will see what I see which is two slides. Our…
- Choosing a slide background Using the Fontwork gallery Adding slide transitions Exploring navigation options Password-protecting a presentation
Skill Level Beginner
1. Impress Fundamentals
2. Working with Slides
3. Designing Presentations
4. Working with Slide Content
5. Presenting with Impress
6. Sharing Your Presentations
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