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OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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Presenter Console

Provides extra control over slide shows (presentations); for example, the presenter has ability to see the upcoming slide, the slide notes, and a presentation timer—while the audience sees only the current slide. The Presenter Console displays the elements in three easily changeable views:

  • The first view displays the current slide, including the effects, and the upcoming slide.
  • The second view shows the speaker's notes in large, clear, and scalable type, plus the current and upcoming slide.
  • The third view is a slide sorter view with the slide thumbnails.

From Sun Microsystems. Open source.

Image:documentation_note.png The Presenter Console works only on an operating system that supports multiple displays.

OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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