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Defines settings for your slide show, including which slide to start from, the way you advance the slides, the type of presentation, and pointer options.
Specifies which slides to include in the slide show.
Includes all of the slides in your slide show.
Enter the number of the start slide.
Runs a custom slide show in the order that you defined in Slide Show - Custom Slide Show.
Select the slide show type.
A full screen slide is shown.
Slide show runs in the LibreOffice program window.
Restarts the slide show after the pause interval you specify. A pause slide is displayed between the final slide and the start slide. Press the Esc key to stop the show.
Enter the duration of the pause before the slide show is repeated. If you enter zero, the show restarts immediately without showing a pause slide.
Displays the LibreOffice logo on the pause slide. The logo cannot be exchanged.
Slides never change automatically when this box is selected.
Shows the mouse pointer during a slide show.
Changes the mouse pointer to a pen which you can use to draw on slides during the presentation.
Anything you write with the pen will appear in your slides after exiting the slideshow. The properties of the pen can be changed by choosing the Pen Width or Change pen Color command in the context menu of the running slide show.
Displays all frames of animated GIF files during the slide show. If this option is not selected, only the first frame of an animated GIF file is displayed.
Advances to the next slide when you click on the background of a slide.
The LibreOffice window remains on top during the presentation. No other program will show its window in front of your presentation.
By default the primary display is used for slide show mode. If the current desktop is displayed on more than one display, you can select which display to use for full screen slide show mode. If the current desktop spans only one display, or if the multi display feature is not supported on the current system, you cannot select another display.
Select a display to use for full screen slide show mode.
If the system allows the user to span a window over all available displays, you can also select "All displays". In this case the presentation is spanned over all available displays.
This setting is saved in the user configuration and not inside the document.