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At 08:53 30/09/2011 -0700, Mark Levison wrote:
I'm wondering if there is a way to export notes pages only. Back in the world of powerpoint I could export a presentation as Notes pages. The reader would get the powerpoint slide and all the notes behind it.

The best I managed since switching to Libre is to export the notes pages after the presentation itself. So the recipient gets two copies of the presentation. Once without notes and once with them. I would prefer just to get the presentation with notes pages. Is there anyway to achieve this?

This document illustrates the problem 08_-_Sprint_Completition.pdf

I don't see that there is any facility to Export the notes alone to PDF. You can *print* just the notes, of course: there is a "Print content" section in the Print dialogue, and one option is Notes. If you need a PDF file instead of printed pages, one workaround would be to obtain a virtual PDF printer for your system and then to use the Print functionality to create such files. Free versions of such virtual PDF printer software are available. Another option would be to obtain PDF editing software (again available in free versions) and to use this to strip out from the PDF file exported from Impress just the pages you wanted.

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

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