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Hi David,

dlt101 schrieb:
Regina --- thanks for your extended reply.
In regard to #1, the idea that Presentation objects are tied to the master
and Graphics objects are everything else really helps. Frankly, I've never
seen that in print before.

As for #3, please see attached upload.


"Imported from a MS-PPT" says it all.

What was the source format, which version of PowerPoint, which was the target format, OOo2.*? Do you have made roundtrips? No, do not answer this. But notice that working with align formats is always difficult. It can produce odd behavior, because a feature is not available in the one or the other format.

For example the object in your file tells it is a "Text frame", but I cannot produce such element, when I write a new file in PowerPoint 2010. But I know older PowerPoint version had objects, which are no longer available.

If you assume there is a defect in LibreOffice, the original PowerPoint file is needed to investigate, was goes wrong in the import filter.

To get such objects in a good state, assign one of the graphic styles (it may be a new, own one) using a double-click.

Kind regards

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