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Instructions for Using Office Impress

On the help page for Office general you can find instructions that are applicable to all modules, such as working with windows and menus, customising Office, data sources, Gallery, and drag-and-drop.

If you want help with another module, switch to the help for that module with the combo box in the navigation area.

Viewing and Printing a Presentation

Showing a Slide Show

Changing the Slide Order

Animating Slide Transitions

Changing the SlidePage Background Fill

Creating a Custom Slide Show

Zooming With the Keypad

Rehearse Timings of Slide Changes

Printing faster with Reduced Data

Animated Objects and 3-D Objects

Animating Objects in Presentation Slides

Creating Animated GIF Images

Exporting Animations in GIF Format

Selecting Underlying Objects

Converting 2-D Objects to Curves, Polygons, and 3-D Objects

Importing and Exporting

Importing HTML Pages Into Presentations

Saving a Presentation in HTML Format

Loading Colour, Gradient, and Hatching Palettes

Loading Line and Arrow Styles

Printing Presentations

Printing a Slide to Fit a Paper Size

Opening documents saved in other formats

Saving Documents in Other Formats


Using Shortcut Keys in Office Impress

Grouping Objects

Inserting, Editing, Saving Bitmaps Images

Copying Formatting With the Clone Formatting Tool

Undoing Direct Formatting for a Document

Changing the SlidePage Background Fill

Adding a Header or a Footer to All Slides

Fontwork For Graphical Text Art

Zooming With the Keypad

Drawing Curves

Editing Curves

Using Glue Points

Insert Slide from File

Including Spreadsheets in Slides

Converting Text Characters into Drawing Objects

Converting Bitmap Images into Vector Graphics

Applying Line Styles Using the Toolbar

Defining Arrow Styles

Defining Line Styles