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Hi :)
Ok, i had a quick go at this and got this result ... 

Errr, i don't really know my way around Impress yet so i couldn't get the
same sky in as a background.  Also didn't change any font colours or deal
with object outlines or colours.  Really kept it very straight-forwards
apart from rearranging the main picture and main heading "to look
interesting".    The Pdf worked too!
Only 60Kb and that with no compression at all!  

The Math equations are here.  It was my first with Math.  After i had put
the whole slide together i realised that 18pt font was a touch too large
(hence the "interesting arrangement") but the only way to change the size
was to go back into each equation in Math and do 
Format - "Font size"
but i had run out of steam and am getting funny looks from my boss already
eqn1.odf <>  
eqn2.odf <>  
eqn3.odf <>  
eqn4.odf <>  

I've been meaning to try Math for quite some time but hadn't had an excuse
before.  The mark-up language is probably easier if you are familiar with
using equations and the names of the Greek letters.  Getting spaces in and
wording kinda made sense but seemed a bit clunky.  Can't really see a way
around that though.  The way it is set-up does have the advantage that you
can space things out to make more sense.  My 1st attempt looked a bit
spaghetti-ish but it seemed to work.

Regards from 
Tom :)  

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