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On 08/30/2012 04:13 PM, anne-ology wrote:
Are you referring to Impress?; if so, then when you finish making the document (as I assume you have) click on the file tab (where you go to save your document) then below that option is the option to send to [various options]; click on the option you desire - the only one I've found to work without flaws is to send to e-mail; this will open up an e-mail program with your file attached - just copy that attachment and save it to your machine's folder the close the opened e-mail program.

       Hoping this helps,

On Thu, Aug 30, 2012 at 2:15 PM, Jerry Geis < <>> wrote:

    I am using libreoffice 3.4.5 on linux x86-64

    I am wishing to export a simple PPT to macromedia flash.
    All I ever see is the first slide of the PPT,
    the PPT plays fine in auto advances and all that.

    Am i not doing something right? how do I get it to output
    all slides and not just the first?


Yes - I am refering to Impress.

That is what I did, File, Export, select Macromedia Flash, enter my filename, do save, it shows a progress bar likes it doing it, I get a file, - but when I play the file it is ONLY one slide. It never moves nothing. My slides are auto advancing at 10 seconds, I have tried 2 - 10 seconds. All the same. Never advances ot the next slide.

Should would like to have this work??? Am I doing something wrong ?


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