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OpenOffice Impress 3.x Guide
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This is Chapter 1 of the OpenOffice.org 3 Impress Guide, produced by the OOoAuthors group.

What is Impress?

Impress is OpenOffice.org’s presentations (slide show) component. You can create slides that contain many different elements, including text, bulleted and numbered lists, tables, charts, clip art, and a wide range of graphic objects. Impress, in common with the other components of OpenOffice.org, has access to the spelling checker and thesaurus and comes with pre-packaged text styles, background styles, and a handy online help.

This chapter introduces the Impress user interface and describes how to create a simple slide show using the Presentation Wizard.

To use Impress for more than very simple slide shows, refer to the other chapters in this guide for explanations of the program’s many features.

Image:documentation_note.png Drawings are created in the same way with Impress as they are with Draw. Refer to the Draw Guide for details on how to use the drawing facilities.



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