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File Menu

File -> New ( Ctrl + N )

Begins a new presentation. The startup dialog will open, allowing you to choose a template for your presentation.

File -> Open... ( Ctrl + O )

Opens an existing presentation. A standard KDE file open dialog will appear, allowing you to choose a file to open.

File -> Open Recent

Displays a list of recently opened files for you to choose from.

File -> Save ( Ctrl + S )

Saves the currently open presentation. If you have not previously saved it, you will be asked to name the file. If you have previously saved the presentation, it will be resaved with the same name.

File -> Save As...

Saves the currently open presentation with a new name.

File -> Reload

Reload the currently active file.

File -> Import...

Import a presentation that was previously created in one of several common formats.

File -> Export...

Export the currently open presentation to one of several common formats for use in another application, or for exchange with someone who does not have access to KPresenter.

File -> Mail...

Open a new email message in your selected email client with the current KPresenter document attached.

File -> Create HTML Slideshow...

Starts the HTML wizard, which is described in the section the section called “Create a HTML Slideshow”.

File -> Create Memory Stick Slideshow...

Starts the Memory Stick dialog, which is described in the section the section called “Exporting KPresenter presentations to a Memory Stick™”.

Template Manager

Allows you to save the current slide as a template. In future the template will be available for you to use to build slides with. Creating a template is further discussed in section the section called “Creating KPresenter Templates”.

File -> Use Current Slide as Default Template

Sets the current slide as your default template. Especially useful if you have created a template of your own to fit into corporate style guidelines, or if you just use a particular layout very often.

File -> Print... ( Ctrl + P )

Prints the presentation. More precisely, it opens the print settings dialog, where you can adjust the settings before printing your presentation.

File -> Print Preview...

Displays the presentation with a PostScript� viewer, exactly as it would look if printed.

File -> Document Information

Allows you to enter information about the document. This includes information about the author, and an abstract on the documents contents.

File -> Close ( Ctrl + W )

Close the current presentation. You will be given an opportunity to save any changes first.

File -> Quit ( Ctrl + Q )

Close KPresenter. You will be given an opportunity to save all changes in all open presentations first.




 
 
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