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This is exactly what I ended up doing.  Not for the same reasons.

I made my presentatino on my Mac OS X 10.6 in LO.  I have a Windows laptop.

Regardless what you do, there is always a little "shift" in text, images, etc...

I saved as PDF and gave the presentation that way:)

I tried different PDF viewers, but Adobe Reader worked perfect for me to give my slide show.


On 11-13-13 9:40 AM, e-letter wrote:
On 13/11/2013, June Newman <> wrote:
  > I have libreoffice installed on a mac with os x 10.8.  If I prepare a
  > presentation and put it on a flash drive, will it play on a windows
  > computer.  I don't have the right adapter to connect to a digital projector,
  > and need to use a windows laptop.

Alternatively, create the original presentation in native odp format,
  then export to pdf. You can then use a pdf viewer (e.g. acrobat,
  sumatrapdf) in presentation mode on any computer with the pdf viewer

  P.S. remember to keep the presentation simple; people are attending to
  see you, not _yet another_ presentation of gratuitous dynamic
  graphics, comic sans type child text and other rubbish!

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