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OpenOffice Impress 3.x Guide
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Hiding slides so they do not appear in a show

You may not want to show all of the slides in a particular show. You can either hide some of the slides or set up a custom slide show. Which method is best depends on your needs. For example, you may have draft slides that you will show when they are finished, or you may have some slides that contain information for yourself, not your audience.

To hide a slide:

  1. In the Slides pane, or in Slide Sorter view, select the slides that you want to hide.
  2. Click the Show/Hide Slide icon on the Slide View toolbar, or choose Slide Show > Show/Hide Slide. The slide number is now in a box with a diagonal line through it, to indicate that it is hidden. The slide remains in the file.
Slide 2 is hidden
Slide 2 is hidden.

To show a hidden slide:

  1. In the Slides pane, or in Slide Sorter view, select the hidden slides that you want to show.
  2. Click the Show/Hide Slide icon on the Slide View toolbar, or choose Slide Show > Show/Hide Slide.

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