|00:01||Welcome to the spoken tutorial on Viewing a Presentation.|
|00:06||In this tutorial we will learn about:|
|00:10||View options and their uses|
|00:16||Layouts for the slide|
|00:19|| This tutorial is recorded using
Ubuntu Linux OS version 18.04 and LibreOffice Suite version 6.3.5
|00:33||Let's open the presentation Sample hyphen Impress dot odp which we saved earlier.|
|00:41||This file has been provided to you in the Code files link on this tutorial page|
|00:48||Please download and extract the file|
|00:52||Make a copy and then use it for practicing|
|00:57||LibreOffice Impress has many View options that help to create a good presentation.|
|01:04||This is the Normal view.|
|01:07||If the presentation is in any other view, return to the Normal view by clicking on the Normal tab.|
|01:15||Let’s learn how to change the design of the slides.|
|01:20||Click on the slide titled Overview in the Slides Pane.|
|01:25||Go to the Sidebar on the right-hand side.|
|01:29||Click on the section named as Master Slides.|
|01:34||Under Master Slides, there are 3 sections.|
|01:38||Used in This presentation.
Recently Used and Available for Use.
|01:46||The slide design used in this particular presentation is seen in Used in This presentation.
Let’s change this now.
|01:57|| From the Available for Use section, select any slide design of your choice.
I’m selecting the Classy Red slide design.
|02:08|| Notice the change in the design of the slide in the Workspace.
See, how easy it is to change the slide design.
|02:18||Close the Master Slides section by clicking on the ‘X’ on the top right corner.|
|02:25||Next, we will see the Outline view.|
|02:29||Click on the Outline tab in the Workspace.|
|02:33||Alternatively, we can see the Outline view by clicking on the View menu in the menu bar.|
|02:41||Then click on the Outline option.|
|02:45||In the Outline view, all slides are arranged one below the other just like a Table of Contents.|
|02:53||Each slide in the Workspace appears as a thumbnail with the slide number on the left.
And the slide Heading appears next to the thumbnail.
|03:06||Notice that the Overview slide heading is highlighted.|
|03:12||That indicates we were on the Overview slide when we selected the Outline tab.|
|03:18||Notice these black dots before each sentence in the form of bullet points.|
|03:25||When you hover the mouse over these bullet points, the cursor turns into a hand.|
|03:32||Let’s learn how to move a line item up or down to rearrange them within a slide.|
|03:40||Select the line item “Explain the long term course to follow” in the Overview slide.|
|03:47||Go to the Formatting bar at the top left.|
|03:51||Click on the Up arrow icon named as “Move Up”.|
|03:56||Notice that the selected line item moved one level up.|
|04:02||Again go to the Formatting bar at the top left.|
|04:07||Click on the Down arrow icon named “Move Down”.|
|04:12||Notice that the selected line item moved one level down.|
|04:18||We can also move selected line items across slides.|
|04:23||In the Formatting bar, once again click on the Down arrow icon.|
|04:29||Notice the selected line item now moved to the slide titled “Short Term Strategy”|
|04:37||Let us undo these changes by pressing CTRL + Z keys.|
|04:44||Our presentation appears in its original form again.|
|04:49||Next, we will use the Slide Sorter view to rearrange the slides.|
|04:56||Click on the Slide Sorter tab in the Workspace.|
|05:01||Alternatively, you can see the Slide Sorter view by clicking on the View menu in the menu bar.
Then click on the Slide Sorter option.
|05:13||This view is useful to sort the slides in the desired order.|
|05:19||Click on slide number 3 and drag the slide before slide number 2|
|05:26||Now click anywhere in the Slide Sorter view.|
|05:30||Notice that both slides get rearranged!|
|05:35||Let us undo these changes also.|
|05:39||Next, we will see the Notes view.|
|05:43||Click on the Notes tab in the Workspace.|
|05:47||Alternatively, we can see the Notes view by clicking on the View menu in the menu bar.
Then click on the Notes option.
|05:58||In the Notes view, we can write notes that will help us during our presentation.|
|06:05||Click on the “Click to add Notes” textbox below the slide on the Workspace.|
|06:12||Type some text inside it like I am doing here.|
|06:17||Now click anywhere outside the textbox.|
|06:22||When our slides are viewed on a projector, we will still be able to see our notes on our monitor|
|06:30||But our audience won’t see them on the projector screen|
|06:36||Now let’s click on the Normal tab again.|
|06:40||We can either show or hide the Sidebar on the right-hand side of Impress window.|
|06:47||To do so, click on the View menu in the menu bar.|
|06:52||Then check or uncheck the Sidebar option.|
|06:57||This will show or hide the sidebar on the right hand side accordingly.|
|07:04||Next, let’s learn how to change the layout of a slide.|
|07:09||Click on the Properties section from the Sidebar and then go to the Layouts property.|
|07:17||Then go to Title, Content over Content layout and click on it.|
|07:25||This changes the layout of the slide.|
|07:29||Alternatively, click on the Slide Layout icon drop-down in Standard Toolbar.|
|07:36||By clicking on any of the layouts, you can change the layout of the slide.|
|07:43|| Let us save all the changes we made in our presentation by clicking on the Save icon.
And then close the file.
|07:53|| With this, we have come to the end of this spoken tutorial.
Let us summarize.
|08:01|| In this tutorial, we learnt about -
View options and their uses
|08:09||Master slides and
Layouts for the slide
|08:14|| As an assignment.
Open “Practice hyphen Impress dot odp” file
|08:21||Change the slide design of slide 3 using Master Slides|
|08:27||Interchange slide numbers 2 and 3|
|08:31||Change layout of slide 4 to ‘Title and 2 Content’|
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|09:06|| This spoken tutorial was originally contributed by DesiCrew Solutions Pvt. Ltd. in 2011
This is Arvind and Manish from IIT Bombay signing off. Thank you for watching.