Thanks to Pedro and Brian, I succeeded in docking the slide pane.
I was told CTL.
But, it doe snot work on a Mac.
CMD and double clicked on the gray zone.
On 11-02-13 5:14 PM, Pedro wrote:
Hi again Joseph
Please ignore my previous message. It was written before I saw your answer
to Miguel's suggestion
Joseph Hogan wrote
I tried this, but this pulls up a separate window with all the slides.
I had a vertical column that I could slide up and it stays in the same
window as the presentation.
It was just there when I started making the presentation. Now, it is
The "window with all the slides" is the Slide Pane. If it is showing as a
separate window it means you undocked it.
What you need to do is click on the words Slide Pane on the top left corner
of that window, hold the left button while you drag the window to the left
edge of the Impress window. At some point a grey outline box will show up.
You can release the left mouse button to dock the Slide Pane back to the
If the instructions aren't clear enough, please ask for details.
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