Thank you, Jean-Francois. Works perfectly and fixes the formatting
issues of the other methods.
On 12/10/12 17:51, Jean-Francois Nifenecker wrote:
Le 12/10/2012 05:37, Keith Bates a écrit :
I don't use Impress, powerpoint etc much at all so if this is a stupid
question, I apologise.
Someone has sent me a long presentation in ppt format which consists
mainly of text. It is somewhat annoying to try to read and absorb the
intent of the text.
Is there a simple way to extract the text from the entire slide show and
save it as a text document- I don't care what format it is as long as it
is on one page instead of 45?
Just copy the text from Impress to Writer ;)
1. Open the .ppt with Impress
2. Select Impress Outline mode (Outline thumbnail or View / Outline menu)
5. Open an empty Writer document
If you don't want to get the formatting into the Writer doc, at step
6, press Ctrl+Shift+V instead of Ctrl+V.
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