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Hi Christoph, Kevin, Paulo,

Kevin, if you would prefer to focus on your general templates I would be
more than happy to modify the existing LibO Official Presentation Template.
Please let me know your preference (I am amenable either way).

Christoph, I must have completely missed that in your work items list...  I
even explicitly looked for it... go figure.  Glad you set me straight. :-)


On Tue, Feb 1, 2011 at 4:03 PM, Christoph Noack <>wrote:

Hi Jaron, hi Kevin, hi Paulo!

Kevin, creating good templates is a tough job ... so if you want to
start, that's more than appreciated ;-)

Am Dienstag, den 01.02.2011, 15:50 -0500 schrieb Jaron Kuppers:
<Very slightly off-topic> I think we could use a LibreOffice Impress
template that could be very helpful for the community to make LibO
presentations.  Features could include using the paper tab (the top right
the logo) as bullets at the primary level, the LibO logo perhaps in the
left and then of course some nice and simple design background.  (These
just suggestions you can do whatever you like, of course).  Its not
explicitly related to your topic but it could be really helpful for
and the like if you have the time.

We started a template some weeks ago, now it really needs some tweaking
- the colors are a bit outdated, the design doesn't fit to the recent
website / branding overhaul, but at least, it's there :-)

Kevin (or anybody else) if you want to pick this up, more information
can be found here (see Official Presentation Template):

An older blog posting describing the template:


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