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On Sun, 10 Feb 2013 20:08:06 +0000 (GMT)
Tom Davies <> wrote:

Hi :)
If you create a copy of the file and then change the file-ending
from .pptX or .odp to .zip then you can double-click to open the file
as though it was a compressed file.  There should be a folder called
"Images" or something similar.  The images might still be in there
but somehow just not showing up in the file normally.  If so then you
can drag them out of the folder and then re-insert them.  

I don't know how to find the proper name of image files because they
mostly seem to get changed to incomprehensible reference numbers.
I've tried playing around a bit but got nowhere.  

  Yes, I know that .odp files are actually the archives, and I
extracted some images from such files in the past, but now I have a bit
different task. I do have all the images, but I just do not remember
the correct order for them, that is why I am looking for a way to check
the file names on each slide separately.

Hopefully Regina or someone might have a better answer!
Apols and regards from
Tom :) 


From: "" <>
Sent: Sunday, 10 February 2013, 19:11
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Find out a name of inserted image in

  I have some problem with opening a presentation created in Impress
v.3.5 with a new Impress v. Particularly, it turned out that
some images are absent on the slides in 4.0 while they are present
when I open the presentation on my friend's PC with LO 3.6 on it. 

  So, I do not remember which slide contained which image or video.
How can I find out the name of the inserted image or video file?

  Thank you!




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