On Tue, Nov 29, 2011 at 18:18, Peter Schofield <email@example.com> wrote:
I have uploaded a new version of Chapter 1 of the Impress Guide into the drafts folder on
Comments as follows:
1. Several screen shots have been changed to match LO 3.4.
2. Text has been altered so that it matches the Impress 3.4 software.
3. Terminology for Master Pages (slide masters) now matches the software, that is Master Pages.
It is better to use terms that appear in the software so that the user does not get confused.
Oh, good, if LO has made its terminology consistent, that's great. In
OOo the terms "master pages" and "slide masters" and "master slides"
were used interchangeably in the software, hence the mixture of terms
used in the book from which this one was derived.
4. This version matches more closely the Impress chapter in the Getting Started Guide, which is
also being edited by yours truly.
Attached is a zip file containing the new screen shots and icons.
No attachments to the list. Don't even think of it! (It didn't come
through anyway.) Upload to the Drafts folder, please.
I did try to submit the document for review, but kept getting the error message
"message.simple-workflow.failure". Is there a problem with the system?
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