|Subject:||[Orgmode] org 2 openoffice impress converter|
|Date:||Wed, 13 Feb 2008 21:42:51 +0000|
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Hi,Wouldn't it be great to create a presentation in emacs; at least the first outlining? Right now, when starting a new presentation I write my ideas and outline in orgmode, but switch to impress pretty soon and have to write most of it new; I am not able to transform the linked pictures or transform table easy enough...
In org I could create some presentation.org file, where the every top level entry defines the cover page of the impress presentation. The second levels would belong to the tites of the following slides. A first simple setup could be, to devide the presentation slide into 5 zones (1 title and 4 equally sized boxes below the title); so the four third levels handle these areas in impress, where you can place lists, linked images, equations, a table or some symbols, etc.. E.g. two linked images in the same third level would just place two images in that area . At the end you would adjust your pages in impress with some more details...
So, what do you think about an org 2 openoffice impress converter...? The exporting process is probably pretty similar to the html-exporting procedure!?
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