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At 11:48 22/12/2014 -0500, Kevin O'Brien wrote:
I am trying to come to grips with Templates and Slide Masters in Impress, and I am not sure exactly what the difference is. Does anyone know of a good place to see a discussion of this?

It's all explained in Chapter 2 of the Impress Guide: .

As in other types of document in LibreOffice, a presentation is begun with exactly one template. But each slide in a presentation has exactly one slide master, and any number of slide masters can be used within any presentation. In this way, slide masters are similar to page styles in text (Writer) documents and they have the same property: that changes can be made to a slide master which then cascade through to those slides based on that slide master.

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

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