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I have created a presentation, and want to display as a slide show in full
screen (projector) without the window border or title bar or meny bar
showing.

I suspect Impress can do it, since that is how it displays the .pps
presentations I get by email; how do I get Impress to do this for MY
presentation ?
 
Finally, the only way I found to display my presentation in full-screen, 
without any window border, title bat or menu bar is as follows:

Save the presentation as a .pps file

Boot up Windows,

Show .pps using (free) MS Powerpoint Viewer.

A bit sad it cannot be done with L.O. under Linux  ;-3(

Cheers,
 
Ron.
-- 
                  Personne n'aime les missionnaires arm├ęs;
         et le premier conseil que donnent la nature et la prudence,
                  c'est de les repousser comme des ennemis.
                                           -- Maximilien Robespierre
                                    
                   -- http://www.olgiati-in-paraguay.org --


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