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       I have a number of presentations made with Impress which I'd be glad
to share with you -
           ranging from historical to gardening, etc. - all with
photographs, fancy fonts, scripts, music, ...

       I've been switching many of these to video -
           I realized that was a more effective medium.

       If you're interested, let me know how to send them to you -
           I could upload them via DropBox; I just would ask your
downloading them asap so I could remove them from the box;
         and I would appreciate being given credit - as well as the
appropriate credits being left on the ppts.

From: Tom Davies <>
Date: Wed, Oct 1, 2014 at 2:05 PM
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Impress: Example presentations showing off our
feature set?
To: Robinson Tryon <>
Cc: "" <>

Hi :)
Robinson Tryon has done tons of work for LibreOffice and is just asking for
a couple of slides to help his presentation look better.

Does anyone have or know of anything that might help him?  Please contact
him directly if you have as i'm not sure if he is on this mailing list
Thanks and regards from
Tom :)

On 30 September 2014 23:36, Robinson Tryon <>


I'm giving a talk on Thursday, and just got an invitation to *also*
give a mini-presentation showing off some of the neat features we have
available in Impress.

Does anyone have a presentation or two that shows off some of our
advanced features? Or perhaps has a couple of cool slides or nifty
techniques that you used when making your last talk?


Robinson Tryon
QA Engineer - The Document Foundation
LibreOffice Community Outreach Herald

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