It does offer thumbnails. What I mean is the reference to the file addressed by the slide - for
example, I have several audio clips which no longer exist in the original folders. I need to know
the "missing" file name but all the slide shows is the "loudspeaker" symbol to show it is a sound
file or a blank area for a video file.
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From: "Tom [via Document Foundation Mail Archive]" <email@example.com>
To: "revderek" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, 10 January, 2012 3:08:34 AM
Subject: Re: Finding "lost" slide content
I thought Impress has a preview panel down the left-hand-side so that you could see large
'thumbnails' of the slides to get a rough idea of their contents?
I have a presentation with many links to sound and video files. I wish to see which file should be
in which slide as the locations have changed. I can examine the xml by hand but wonder if there is
a "quick" way to check which file is referenced by which slide.
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