On 7/28/2016 12:47 PM, V Stuart Foote wrote:
In an Impress session (start a new one and copy from initial attempts).
1. Set your slide Layout to blank.
2. Point to the Slide and open its Context menu
Thanks. I had a hard time finding the Context menu. For others
who might read this thread in the future, I will document here how I
found it: Rt-click (Ctrl-click on my Mac) in the slide [not in the
slide thumbnail on the left] -> "Format slide...". This has page width
and height options.
3. Select the Page Properties dialog
4. Set the Paper format Width and Height as needed -- the Format field will
change to "User"
5. Set orientation and margins as preferred.
When saving the ODF document the size will be retained. Also when exporting
Can do similar from Draw, or Writer depending on how you'd like to layout
Draw is painfully slow for me on my MacBook Pro. Virtually
everything else runs shockingly fast, especially compared the computer I
replaced with the MacBook. I'm running LO 220.127.116.11 under Mac OS X
10.11.6. I rarely use Draw, in part because it's been painfully slow
for me in the past, if my memory is correct.
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