Defines the general options for drawing or presentation documents.
Allow quick editing
In a presentation or drawing document, you can also activate the text editing mode through the Allow Quick Editing icon in the Options bar.
Only text area selectable
In a presentation or drawing document, you can also activate this mode through the Select Text Area Only icon in the Options bar.
New document (only in presentations)
Start with Template Selection
Specifies whether to activate the Select a Template window when opening a presentation with File - New - Presentation.
Use background cache
Specifies whether to use the cache for displaying objects on the master slide. This speeds up the display. Unmark the Use background cache option if you want to display changing contents on the master slide.
Copy when moving
If enabled, a copy is created when you move an object while holding down the CommandCtrl key. The same will apply for rotating and resizing the object. The original object will remain in its current position and size.
Objects always moveable
Specifies that you want to move an object with the Rotate tool enabled. If Object always moveable is not marked, the Rotate tool can only be used to rotate an object.
Do not distort objects in curve (only in drawings)
Maintains relative alignment of Bézier points and 2D drawing objects to each other when you distort the object.
Unit of measurement
Determines the Unit of measurement for presentations.
Defines the spacing between tab stops.
Start presentation (only in presentations)
Enable remote control
Specifies that you want to enable Bluetooth remote control while Impress is running. Unmark Enable remote control to disable remote controlling.
Enable Presenter Console
Specifies that you want to enable the Presenter Console during slideshows.
Scale (only in drawings)
Determines the drawing scale on the rulers.
Compatibility (document specific settings)
The settings in this area are valid for the current document only.
Add spacing between paragraphs and tables
Specifies that LibreOffice Impress calculates the paragraph spacing exactly like Microsoft PowerPoint.
Microsoft PowerPoint adds the bottom spacing of a paragraph to the top spacing of the next paragraph to calculate the total spacing between both paragraphs. LibreOffice Impress utilizes only the larger of the two spacings.