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Insert a picture

Let's go back to the first slide now. Use the list of slides on the left of your screen.

In this section, we'll liven our presentation up a bit by adding a nice logo to the title page. To do so, the first step is to click on the Insert menu item, and then on Picture... .

Using the menu to add an image

This brings up a file selection dialog. To learn about this or other standard KDE dialog boxes in detail, please consult the KDE documentation. You can browse by clicking on folder icons or by using the browser style buttons on the toolbar (highlighted in red.) Clicking the up arrow takes you up one folder level.

Find the file named koffice-logo.png, which may be in a different folder than the one shown in the screenshot below. You can also choose any other graphic file if you like! Select the file, and click OK .

Choosing a picture to add

Click with the left mouse button where you want to place the loge in it's original size or draw a rectangle with the left mouse cursor to specify the position and size for the logo. There are selection handles (little squares) visible around the border of the graphic.

The newly added image

Place the mouse cursor anywhere in the middle of the logo, and drag it to the middle of the title page. Then use the selection handles to resize it correctly.

Dragging and resizing the image

That's it. Now you have a picture on the title page!

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