Translations:Faq/Impress/021/4/en

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  • export the presentation in Acrobat Reader format (.PDF).
    • readable with the Acrobat Reader, which comes free of charge and is available on practically all machines.
    • You can simulate the equivalent of a .PPS (automatic launch) at the time of export by ticking "Open in fullscreen mode" on the "User Interface" tab of the File ▸ Export as PDF menu.
    • the hyperlinks are active
    • You can use the transitions provided by Impress by ticking "Use the transitions" at export (the "User Interface" tab of the menu File ▸ Export as PDF)
    • Inconveniences: animations do not work. You can create some intermediate slides to "decompose" the transition effect.
  • export the presentation in html format (.html)
    • Readable with any browser.
    • Inconvenience 1: transitions don't work. You can create some intermediate slides to "decompose" the transition effect
    • Inconvenience 2: the html format will require you to create several files (in fact, one for each slide plus one for each image, which is a lot!). You will need to remember to copy all these html files and the image (.JPG) files which you have made.
  • export the presentation in Flash format (.SWF).
    • Readable with any browser equipped with the Flash plugin (most browsers).
    • Inconvenience: transitions don't work. You can create some intermediate slides to "decompose" the transition effect
  • save the Impress presentation as a .PPT (PowerPoint) file, then use the PowerPoint viewer
    • Readable with any computer that has the PowerPoint viewer.
    • Advantage: this viewer is available gratis from Microsoft and has has a smaller footprint than the full LibreOffice suite (25.8 MB). It can therefore be attached to the presentation on a USB stick or a CD-ROM.