Thank you Regina.
That list is so long, I never looked much below the second section so
never got there.
Once open in "ODF Drawing (Impress) (*.odg)", I see I can save the
document as Presentation odp.
On 12.09.2020 17:24, Regina Henschel wrote:
it is easier as you think:
Start with File Open.
Select your Draw document.
Then -still in the file open dialog- open the drop-down list to select
the file type. Chose item "ODF Drawing (Impress) (*.odg)".
Notice the "(Impress)" in the item. It is the item directly after "ODF
Presentation Template (*.otp)"
bunk3m schrieb am 12-Sep-20 um 22:21:
I am really pleased with the PDF open & edit in Draw but was wondering
how to get content from Draw into Impress without having to copy and
I couldn't find the my original presentation but had a pdf version of
So I opened it in Draw. That allowed me to make some small changes
and yes, I can save again to PDF.
But what I wanted was to use Impress to present the reworked
There is no "Save as" to go to odp but I was hoping I could somehow
get the Draw document into a presentation again.
Is there a way to do this?
Thanks in advance.
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