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OpenOffice Impress 3.x Guide
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Copying and pasting an outline

Use this method to add slides from an outline to an existing presentation.

  1. Create a new slide and choose the “Title, Text” layout (see Choosing a slide layout from the list). Image:TitleTextIcon.png
  2. Paste in the text area the outline created with Writer. Do not worry if the text does not fit the space on the slide.
  3. When pasting, the hierarchical structure of the outline may be lost. If necessary, use the Demote button Image:DemoteButton.png on the Text Formatting toolbar to recreate it so that the outline points are at the correct hierarchical level. It may be useful to open the Style and Formatting window at the Presentation styles page to track the outline level of each item.
  4. If some outline levels have too many points to fit on one slide, you can expand those slides or duplicate the slides and manually change their contents.



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