The community documentation team is happy to announce the immediate availability of the Impress Guide 7.5 and Draw Guide 7.5. The guides are updated to the latest LibreOffice release as a community effort to keep our literature sharp and up to date.
The double gift is brought to you by Peter Schofield with valuable contributions by Socks Eight, members of the documentation team.
The Impress Guide covers the main features of Impress, the presentations (slide show) component of LibreOffice. You can create slides that contain text, bulleted and numbered lists, tables, charts, clip art, and other objects. Impress comes with prepackaged text styles, slide backgrounds, and Help. It can open and save to Microsoft PowerPoint formats and can export to PDF, HTML, and numerous graphic formats. This book was written by volunteers from the LibreOffice community.
The Draw Guide introduces the main features of LibreOffice Draw. Draw is a vector graphics drawing tool, although it can also perform some operations on raster graphics (pixels) such as photographs. Using Draw, a wide variety of graphical images can be quickly created.
The guides can be downloaded or purchased in printed version from the Documentation website as well as the bookshelf project.