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I have the same set up as you, and can find no way to promote/demote a level in impress, there is no bullets tool bar in impress. I am just installing 4.1.6 and will check that. I could copy and paste from writer with a desired outline, but then could not change anything.

On 2014-06-10 07:38, anne-ology wrote:
        Once you open this program, click on the 'format' option (on the
menu header)
            then click on 'bullets ... '
          from here set it the way you would like it to be.

From: Skip Montanaro <>
Date: Mon, Jun 9, 2014 at 9:47 AM
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Can't seem to indent bullet lists

I'm a brand new user of Impress. My first slide has me completely
baffled. How do you create a nested bullet list? Pressing TAB just
indents to the next tab stop. The demote and promote icons in the
toolbar are greyed out. The tooltip says Alt+Shift+Right demotes.
Alas, that is bound to some fvwm command that moves me to the
adjacent virtual desktop.

How do I create indented bullet lists? My platform is openSuSE
12.2. About says "3.5:build-413". I'm willing to accept that I
probably don't have the latest up-to-datest version, but this
seems like really basic functionality that one would expect to
just work, not something esoteric or bleeding edge, that might
be expected to still have rough edges.


Skip Montanaro

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