Printing from within SO works if you choose the hand out option (4 slides per
page) but mpage seems to be the best option for me I only want 2 per page and I
can format it a little better.
Mark Fallon wrote:
> Michael Treacy wrote:
> > It is possible to put more than one slide on a page.
> > I remember doing a presentation last year using StarOffice and if I remember
> > correctly, I managed 4 slides per page. And I did it from within StarOffice.
> > At the moment, due to a small technical problem(i.e. a non-working power
> > supply!)I cannot get into my laptop where Star office is and where I have
> > the presentation. So, I cannot tell you exactly how it's done.
> > But I'm 99.9999% certain it can be done from within Star Office.
> > Mike
>> Yes it can.
> If you print the presentation as handouts this works.
> To see what the handout view looks like you can select this
> from a button on the right hand side of the screen. The buttons
> are just above the up/down slider bar.
>> To print, select print from the file menu and the when the print
> dialog box comes up, press options and then select handouts, this
> should do it.
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