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On 06/18/2014 02:59 AM, Cley Faye wrote:
2014-06-18 2:37 GMT+02:00 Brian Barker <>:

Unfortunately, not directly. And there is (as far as I know) no simple
"viewer" that could be used for this purpose, ...

On the contrary, if the target platform is Windows (but not other
operating systems), it can use the freeware Powerpoint Viewer from
Microsoft: .

​While this can be helpful for peoples having to go back and forth between
the odp and the ppt format, I have a hard time considering that a ppt
viewer is a viable alternative to view odp files. Saving a LibreOffice
presentation as a Powerpoint ​
​file can lead to all sort of rendering issues and surprises. ​Also, it
looks like this need to be "installed" on the system.

It would be nice to have an autonomous, minimalist binary for this purpose.
If you can install software on the target computer, might as well install
LO directly.

Perhaps someone will pick this back up & get it working properly
Note the 2006 dates...

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