How to Compress OpenOffice Impress

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How to Compress OpenOffice Impress
Compress Impress presentations for easier sharing. (Jupiterimages/Goodshoot/Getty Images)

OpenOffice is an open-source suite of office software. It is similar in many ways to Microsoft Office, offering comparable features and abilities. OpenOffice Impress is the suite's presentation module, similar to Microsoft PowerPoint. Impress presentations can be quite large due to the amount of data and images they often contain. You may need to compress the presentation to easily share it with others. Current versions of OpenOffice have a built-in extension that helps you compress these files by optimising images and removing obsolete data.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Click the "Tools" menu and select "Minimize Presentation." The Presentation Minimizer wizard will appear and walk you through five steps.

  2. 2

    Select the general setting for this presentation in the "Introduction" screen. You can optimise the presentation for a computer screen, projector or print. Click "Next" once you have made your selection.

  3. 3

    Open the "Slides" screen and click the checkboxes to delete unused master pages, hidden pages and notes. Click "Next" when you are finished.

  4. 4

    Check the type and level of graphics compression that you want on the "Graphics" screen. Click "Next."

  5. 5

    Open the "OLE Objects" screen and check whether you want OpenOffice to replace OLE objects with static graphics. Click "Next" to proceed to the "Summary" screen.

  6. 6

    Select whether you want OpenOffice to compress the current presentation or duplicate it and compress the copy. Click "Finish" when you are done. Your OpenOffice presentation has now been compressed.

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