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'''Title: '''Introduction to LibreOffice Impress
'''Author: '''Manish Naik
'''Novice Reviewer:''' Nikita
'''Domain Reviewer:''' Praveen and Nancy
LibreOffice, Impress, spoken Tutorial, video Tutorial, alternative to Microsoft Powerpoint, Free Open Source Software, Impress basic features, add content to slide in Impress, add bullet points in Impress, open an existing presentation in Impress, save Impress presentation as MS PowerPoint, export in PDF format in Impress''' '''
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|| '''Visual Cues'''
|| '''Narration'''
|| '''Slide: '''Title''' '''
|| Welcome to the '''spoken tutorial''' on '''Introduction to LibreOffice Impress.'''
|| '''Slide''': Learning Objectives
|| In this tutorial, we will learn:
* About '''LibreOffice''' '''Impress'''
* Various '''toolbars'''
* How to create a new '''presentation'''
* How to save and close a '''presentation'''
* How to open an existing '''presentation'''
* How to save as '''MS''' '''PowerPoint''' '''presentation '''and
* How to export as a '''PDF''' document in '''Impress'''
|| '''Slide''': What is LibreOffice Impress?
* '''LibreOffice''' '''Impress''' is the '''presentation''' component of the '''LibreOffice''' '''Suite'''
* It is the equivalent of '''Microsoft Powerpoint''' in '''Microsoft Office Suite'''
|| '''Slide:''' What is LibreOffice Impress?
* It is a free and open source software
* It can be shared, modified and distributed without any restrictions
|| '''Slide: '''OS and Versions
|| '''LibreOffice Impress''' can run on any of the following operating systems:
* '''Microsoft Windows '''8''' '''or higher versions
* '''GNU/Linux '''OS and
* '''Mac '''OSX
|| '''Slide: '''System Requirements
|| This tutorial is recorded using
* '''Ubuntu Linux''' OS version 18.04 and
* '''LibreOffice Suite''' version 6.3.5
|| '''Slide''': LibreOffice Installation
* By default, the latest '''Ubuntu''' '''Linux OS''' has '''LibreOffice Suite''' pre-installed in it
* To install a specific version, refer to the '''LibreOffice Installation''' series on this website.
|| Narration Only:
|| Now let us learn how to open '''LibreOffice''' '''Impress'''.
|| Click on '''Show Applications'''->search bar
type '''Impress'''->Click on '''LibreOffice''' '''Impress '''icon
|| In '''Ubuntu''' '''Linux''' '''OS''', click on the '''Show Applications''' icon located at the bottom left corner.
In the '''search''' '''bar''' type '''Impress'''.
From the displayed list, click on the '''LibreOffice Impress''' icon.
|| Click on “Start menu”
search bar type '''Impress'''
Click on '''LibreOffice''' '''Impress '''icon
|| In '''Windows OS''', click on the '''Start Menu''' icon located at the bottom left corner.
In the '''search bar,''' type '''Impress'''.
From the displayed list, click on the '''LibreOffice Impress''' icon.
|| Point to '''Select a Template '''dialog''' '''box >> Scroll down in the dialog box.
Point to''' Alizarin.'''
Click→ '''Alizarin''' > Click '''Open'''
|| '''Select a Template '''dialog box opens up.
There are various '''inbuilt templates''' displayed here.
You can choose any of them.
I will select the '''Alizarin (uh·li·zuh·ruhn) template '''and click on the '''Open''' button at the bottom right corner.
|| Cursor on empty '''presentation'''.
|| This will open an empty '''presentation''' in the main '''Impress''' window.
|| Cursor on the main '''LibreOffice Impress''' window.
|| Now let us learn about the main components of the '''Impress '''window.
Drag cursor along all options in the '''‘Title Bar’, ‘Menu Bar’ ‘Standard toolbar’, ‘Formatting bar’, ‘Status bar’, '''and''' sidebar.'''
|| The '''Impress''' window has '''various toolbars.'''
'''Title bar, Menu bar, standard toolbar, Formatting bar, Status bar, '''and''' '''It is not present bydefault'''Sidebar.'''
|| Narration Only:
|| We will learn more about the '''toolbars''' as the series progresses.
We are now ready to work on our first '''presentation'''!
|| Narration Only:
Click on '''Click to add Title''' '''textbox.'''
Type ‘‘'''Benefit of Open Source'''” >> click outside the '''textbox'''.
|| Let’s begin by adding some content to the '''slide'''.
Click on the''' textbox''' that says '''Click to add Title'''.
Now type “'''Benefit of Open Source'''” inside it and click anywhere outside the '''textbox'''.
|| Click on '''Click to add Text''' '''textbox.'''
Type “'''A1 services”''' >> click outside the '''textbox'''.
|| Next, click on the''' textbox''' that says '''Click to add Text'''.
Here type “'''A1 services” '''inside it and click anywhere outside the '''textbox.'''
|| Point to the text in both''' textboxes'''.
|| So, this is how we add content inside a '''slide'''.
|| Narration Only:
|| Now let us save the '''presentation''' for future use.
|| Go to the '''Standard toolbar '''-> '''Save.'''
|| To save the file, click on the '''Save '''icon in the '''Standard toolbar'''.
Point to “'''Name'''”.
Type“'''Sample-Impress'''” in the “'''Name'''” field.
|| A''' '''dialog box appears on the screen.
It prompts us to enter the name of our file in the '''Name''' field.
I will type the name of the file as''' “Sample-Impress”.'''
|| Select the '''Desktop''' location to save the file.
|| On the left side, I’ll select '''Desktop''' as the location to save my file.
|| Click '''File type''' drop-down
|| Notice, we have a '''File type''' drop-down at the bottom right corner.
Click on this drop-down.
|| Scroll down the drop-down menu
Point to “'''ODF Presentation'''” and then on “'''odp'''
Select '''ODF''' '''Presentation (.odp) format'''
|| It shows a list of '''file types''' or '''file extensions''' in which we can save our file.
The default '''file type''' in '''LibreOffice Impress''' is '''ODF''' '''Presentation (.odp)'''
'''ODF''' stands for '''Open Document Format''' which is an open standard.
|| Click on “'''Save'''”.
Back to the '''Impress''' window.
|| Click on the '''Save''' button at the top right corner of the dialog box.
We will be redirected back to the '''Impress''' window.
|| Point to “'''Sample-Impress.odp'''” in the title bar.
|| Observe the change in the '''title bar '''now.
It has changed to '''Sample-Impress.odp'''
|| Go to the '''File -> Save'''
|| To save, we can also click on the '''File menu''' in the '''menu bar.'''
And then click on the '''Save''' option.
|| Click '''File -> Close'''
|| Let’s close this '''presentation''' by clicking on the '''Close '''option in the '''File menu.'''
|| Narration Only:
|| Next, we will learn how to open an existing '''presentation''' in '''LibreOffice Impress'''.
Let's open the same '''presentation Sample-Impress.odp'''
|| Click on '''“Open File”'''
Point to the dialog box
|| Click on the '''Open File menu''' on the left of the '''LibreOffice''' interface.
The file browser dialog box opens up.
|| Select '''Desktop''' from the file location.
|| Go to the location where the '''presentation''' is saved.
|| Click on “'''Sample-Impress.odp'''”
Click on “'''Open'''”
|| Now in the list of filenames that appear, choose '''Sample-Impress.odp'''.
Then click on the '''Open''' button at the top right corner.
|| The file '''Sample-Impress.odp''' opens in the '''Impress '''window.
|| Narration Only:
|| Next, let’s learn how to save the''' Impress presentation '''as an''' MS PowerPoint presentation'''.
|| Click on the '''File''' '''menu''' and then on the '''Save''' '''As''' option.
|| Click on the '''File menu''' in the '''menu''' '''bar''' and then on the '''Save As''' option.
|| Point to to “'''Save as”''' Dialog box
|| '''Save As '''dialog box appears on the screen.
|| Point to the '''File type drop-down'''.
Click->'''Drop down''' box.
|| Click the '''File type''' drop-down at the bottom right corner.
|| Point to '''“Powerpoint 97 - 2003 (.ppt)” '''
Point to '''“Powerpoint 2007 - 365 (.pptx)”'''
|| We can see '''dot ppt''' and '''dot pptx''' formats are listed here.
These file formats can be opened later in the '''MS Office PowerPoint''' application.
|| Select '''PowerPoint 97-2003 (ppt)''' option.
|| Select '''PowerPoint 2007-365 (.pptx)''' file format.
|| Choose a location as '''Desktop'''.
|| Choose the location as '''Desktop''' to save the file.
|| Click '''Save''' option.
|| Click on the '''Save''' button at the top right corner.
|| Point to the '''Confirm File Format '''dialog box.
Put a check on''' “Ask when not saving in ODF format”'''.
|| If we save the file in any other file format, '''Confirm File Format '''dialog box opens up.
Put a check on “'''Ask when not saving in ODF or default forma'''t” option.
|| Click on “'''Use PowerPoint 97-2003 Format'''”.
|| Finally, click on the “'''Use PowerPoint 2007-365 Format''' button.
|| Hover mouse over the '''Title''' '''bar''' to show .'''ppt''' extension.
|| The file is now saved as a '''dot pptx '''file.
Point to '''Export Directly as PDF'''.
|| '''Impress '''files can also be exported to '''PDF''' format.
To do so, click on the “'''Export Directly as PDF''' '' icon in the '''Standard toolbar'''.
Click on '''File >> Export As >> Export as PDF.'''
|| Alternatively, we can do so by clicking on the '''File menu''' in the '''menu bar'''.
Click on the '''Export As''' sub-menu.
Then click on the '''Export as PDF''' option.
|| Point to the PDF options dialog box.
Click on '''Export'''
Click on '''Save'''
|| '''PDF options''' dialog box opens up.
In this dialog box, we see various settings to customize the '''PDF''' option.
Keep the default settings as it is and click on the '''Export''' button at the bottom.
Choose the location where you wish to save and then click on the '''Save''' button.
A '''pdf''' file will be created in that folder.
|| Go to the '''Standard toolbar '''-> '''Save.'''
Click on the '''X '''icon at the top right.
|| Let’s save this '''presentation.'''
And then close it as demonstrated here.
|| Only Narration
|| This brings us to the end of this spoken tutorial.
Let us summarize.
|| '''Slide: '''Summary
||In this tutorial, we learnt:* About '''LibreOffice''' '''Impress'''
* Various '''toolbars'''
* How to create a new '''presentation'''
* How to save and close a '''presentation'''
* How to open an existing '''presentation'''
* How to save as '''MS''' '''PowerPoint presentation''' and
* How to export as a '''PDF''' document
|| '''Slide: '''Assignment
|| As an assignment* Open a new '''presentation '''in''' Impress'''
* Type some content in the first '''slide'''
* Save it under the name '''Practice-Impress.odp'''
* Save as an '''MS PowerPoint presentation'''
* Then close the '''presentation'''
* Now reopen the '''presentation''' you have saved
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|| '''Slide: '''Acknowledgement
|| The''' Spoken''' '''Tutorial''' project is funded by '''MHRD''', Govt. of India.
|| '''Slide: '''Thank you
Acknowledgment to DesiCrew
|| This tutorial was originally contributed by DesiCrew Solutions Pvt. Ltd. in 2011
This is Arvind & Manish from '''IIT''' '''Bombay''' signing off. Thank you for watching.

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