Hi Luuk and all:
Why not only select the slides that you want to input into the
other presentation and copy-paste ?
I did it in Impress - LibreOffice version: 126.96.36.199 Ubuntu 14.04
LTS and went well.
El 07/04/2018 a las 08:30, Luuk escribió:
From: Virgil Arrington <email@example.com>
Date: Wed, Apr 4, 2018 at 7:08 AM
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] [Copying slides from one presentation to
To: "firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com>
I'm confused as to the flow of the discussion, and I'm not at all sure I
know what the issue is, but I have no problem inserting an entire
Impress presentation into another Impress presentation.
Here's how I do it with LO 5.1.6 on my Linux Mint machine:
First, I open one Impress presentation file. I then make sure that the
"Slide Panel" is visible by clicking on the menu "View", "Slide Panel"
I then click on the slide in the Slide Panel where I want to insert
another Impress presentation, keeping in mind that the inserted
presentation will appear *after* the slide I click on in the Slide
Panel. From my experience, inserting a second presentation only works if
my cursor focus is in the Slide Panel.
Then, on the menu, I click "Insert", "File...", which on my machine is
down toward the bottom of the Insert menu list. From the resulting
dialog box, I select the Impress presentation I want to insert and then
I am presented with another dialog box from which I can select certain
slides from the inserting file. If I want the entire presentation, I
simply click on "Ok," and the file is inserted into the original
presentation file after the slide I had selected in my Slide Panel.
The 'file'option is missing in LO 188.8.131.52 (at least on Windows)
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