acknak wrote:First, the title slide layout already includes a subtitle: it's the large box that looks like a text area, but it's actually a subtitle. Click there and you'll see that the text has the "Subtitle" style.
acknak wrote:Second, you can't set up a footer that works the way you want it to. You can't create "layout areas". If you put something on a master slide, then it appears on each slide that uses that master, unchanged. You can't change the text on a slide in the show.
acknak wrote:The best you can do is to copy/paste from one slide to the others.
acknak wrote:Whoa, I'm afraid you're alrady way beyond what I know about Impress. I remember reading is that there's no way to make new autolayouts, and my 5 minutes of testing got me nothing like what you seem to be looking for.
I can only suggest that you look through the Impress guide: OOo Guides, especially the chapter on styles and templates.
acknak wrote:I don't know of any free XML editing tools that are useful with OOo. I just use a text editor and the command line XML utilities that are available on Linux, such as "xmlindent" to convert from OOo's "one long line" to a nicely indented file. You can also set an option under Tools > Options > Load/Save > General > Size optimization for XML format: NO (unchecked) and OOo's XML output will be nicely formatted by default.
acknak wrote:I'm afraid you're not going to get what you want.
The best you can do is to copy/paste from one slide to the others.
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