or you could (1) insert the image, placing it where you wish it to
(2) paste the text straight from notepad,
adjusting the text box according to your wishes.
That's how I do it ... works faultlessly.
On Thu, Nov 1, 2012 at 5:46 AM, rost52 <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I would do it this way:
1 -Create a new slide - any layout is good for now
2 - Insert the picture and move it to the left side
3 - Open task pane / layout
4 -Select: title and 2 content
5 - double click on title and 2 contents
6 - picture and text are arranged parallel to each other
You might need to adjust the size of the picture
right click on the picture: position and size
On 2012-11-01 19:09, Gergely Buday wrote:
I would like to create a slide with Impress that contains a large
image on the left and some text on the right.
Should I create a new slide master for this, or it can be done easier?
I'm now reading the pdf docs about slide masters but it seems uneasy
to create a new slide master for each different image size. Isn't it
possible to just put an image somewhere and float text around it?
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