OpenOffice.org 3.1 Impress - Intro View a tutorial on this topic

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Description

OpenOffice.org 3.1 is a free open-source office software suite for word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, and more. This tutorial series focuses on the presentation application of the suite, Impress.
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Key # Length
1. preview Introducing Impress 77893 1:03
2. preview Understanding the Impress window 77901 1:39
3. locked Using the Presentation wizard 77902 3:06
Key # Length
1. locked Formatting the title slide 77894 1:29
2. locked Inserting additional slides 77903 0:38
3. locked Changing the appearance of slides 77904 1:00
4. locked Modifying a slide master 77928 1:18
5. locked Renaming slides 77905 0:33
6. locked Duplicating a slide 77906 0:42
7. locked Expanding a slide 77907 0:33
8. locked Creating a Summary slide 77908 0:48
9. locked Deleting a slide 77909 0:41
Key # Length
1. locked Editing slides 77926 1:11
2. locked Adding & deleting slides 77922 1:21
Key # Length
1. locked Adding notes 77896 1:18
2. locked Printing notes 77912 0:36
3. locked Exporting notes to PDF 77913 0:45
4. locked Printing handouts 77914 0:51
Key # Length
1. locked Choosing basic Slideshow settings 77897 2:58
2. locked Hiding slides 77915 0:38
3. locked Applying a slide transition effect 77916 1:43
4. locked Playing a slideshow 77917 0:55
Key # Length
1. locked Printing a slideshow 77898 1:57
2. locked Exporting to PDF 77918 2:01
3. locked Exporting as a Flash® file 77919 0:54
4. locked Exporting as Web pages 77920 3:38
5. locked Opening & saving a PowerPoint® file 77921 1:31
Tutorial series by Andrea Carlson
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