Insert

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This menu contains the commands that are used to insert new elements into the document, for example, graphics, objects, special characters and other files.

Duplicate Slide

Inserts a copy of the current slide after the current slide.

Expand Slide

Creates a new slide from every top-level outline point (text one level below the title text in the outline hierarchy) in the selected slide. The outline text becomes the title of the new slide. Outline points below the top level on the original slide are moved up one level on the new slide.

Summary Slide

Creates a new slide that contains a bulleted list from the titles of the slides that follow the selected slide. The summary slide is inserted behind the last slide.

Page Number

Adds the slide number or the page number.

Date and Time

Adds the date and time as a field.

Fields

Lists common fields that you can insert into your slide.

Comment

Inserts a comment around the selected text or at the current cursor position.

Special Character

Allows a user to insert characters from the range of symbols found in the installed fonts.

Formatting Mark

Opens a submenu to insert special formatting marks like non-breaking space, soft hyphen, and optional break.

Hyperlink

Opens a dialog that enables you to create and edit hyperlinks.

Animated Image

Creates a custom animation on the current slide. You can only use existing objects to create an animation.

Table

Inserts a new table into the current slide or page.

Media

The submenu presents various sources that an image, audio or video can be insert from.

Audio or Video

Inserts a video or audio file into your document.

Object

Inserts an embedded object into your document, including formulas, 3D models, charts and OLE objects.

Chart

Inserts a chart.

Floating Frame

File

Inserts a file into the active slide. You can insert LibreOffice Draw or Impress files, or text from an HTML document or a text file.

Header and Footer

Adds or changes text in placeholders at the top and the bottom of slides and slide masters.