I just did a test here (Debian squeeze-LibO 3.3.1). I downloaded a file.
pps from Internet and asked to open instead of downloading. The
LibreOffice opened the file correctly starting the display
automatically. But when you click on the esc key Libo closed everything.
Then rename the file to .ppt and everything worked right.
On 02/08/2011 11:11 PM, Mihai Dobrescu wrote:
I have installed OpenOffice about two years ago. I don't remember hoe I set
it to open .pps files as they were .ppt.
How could I get that in my brand new LibreOffice - to open .pps files in
edit mode instead of running the slideshow and without changing the
Mihai Sorin Dobrescu
I think you are mixing apples & oranges. OOo does not open pps files
automatically. To do that you need an extension such as:
Auto Starter for Presentation documents
to do this. Go-oo has done autostarted pps files for quite some time. LO
is based on go-oo builds, so it's quite standard for LO to open pps
files in presentation mode automatically (it was a bug fix if I recall
If you don't wish to rename the file to ppt, then use standard OOo -
your choice. Or file a wishlist bug report asking for a modification.
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