I'd like to find the most efficient way to accomplish this: I have a rather
long text that I need to present in chunks to a group of students, and I'd
like to do it with Impress rather than simply showing them a Writer doc.
But it's a time consuming affair. Here's the method I have applied so far:
Separate the text into short paragraphs, then convert § to "titles"
Send plan to presentation.
Problem: all my § end up in the "title" windows of the slides, and I have
to manually vertical align them. Which is time consuming.
I have created a Slide template where the "title window" is vertically
aligned but I don't know how to apply this format to all my slides once
they have been automatically created from the outline of the text document.
I hope the explanation is not to confusing and welcome any suggestions.
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