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On 29/04/2012, Chaim Seymour <> wrote:
Hallo all

I am preparing slides for a lecture. At home I use Libre Office, but when I
finish I will have to convert the slides to Powerpoint. As far as I can
see, the only way to do it is via PDF. I tried the conversion and it works
fine, but is a pain to do.

Why convert to m$? Assuming the presentation content is not too
dynamic, pdf is easier to  deliver (by fullscreen presentation mode).
Trying to convert to m$ is high risk: formatting details will be lost
during the conversion and is also dependent upon the m$ software
version. Another way to produce pdf presentations is via the LaTeX
Beamer class.

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