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Hi all,
    Quite a few questions I have on this one. I recently started
working on Libreoffice Impress. I am not much of a technical guy but
still will try to describe things.

Once I load Libreoffice Impress, the Window opens in three panes .
Going from left to right  it is :-

Pane A has the Slide Pane
Pane B is the workarea where you work on an individual slide
Pane C is the Task Pane.

I did see that these Panes can be viewed or unviewed by clicking on
View > and checking or/and unchecking Various Panes.

Anyways, going further on the topic, in Pane C i.e. Tasks Pane there
are similar drop-down panes which can be viewed or unviewed by
checking and unchecking the View drop-down menu within the Tasks pane.

One of the Check boxes is for Master Pages which I find interesting.

Master Pages has something similar to  'Themes' . I do not know if
this is the proper word or there should be some other word to describe
it. What it does is give a style and a look to a presentation.

Now my main question/query is where do I find more such themes at ?
Does anybody know any sites where such user-generated custom 'themes'
could be found ? Bonus points if one could browse them with keywords.

Also is there a how-to if one wants to create a custom 'theme' ?

Lastly if one did find such a theme how does one install it or use it.

I am on Debian sid - using Libreoffice 3.4.5

Thank you for your patience.
          Shirish Agarwal  शिरीष अग्रवाल
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