Inserting Pictures and Objects – Kannada


Welcome to the Tutorial on LibreOffice Impress – Inserting Pictures and Objects. In this tutorial we will learn how to: Insert Pictures and Objects into a presentation Format the Pictures and Objects Hyperlink within and outside the presentation and Insert Tables Here we are using Ubuntu Linux 10.04 and LibreOffice Suite version 3.3.4. In a web-browser address bar, type the URL shown on the screen. This will display an image. Now right-click on the image and choose the Save Image As option. A dialog box will open. In the Name field, ‘open source -bart.png’ is already displayed. I will choose the location as Desktop and click on the Save button. Lets open our presentation ‘Sample-Impress’ which we had saved earlier. We will now see how to add a picture into this presentation. Click on Insert from the Main menu and then click on Picture. Now click on From File option. A dialog box will open. Choose the folder from which you want to insert a picture. I will choose the Desktop folder. Now choose the picture we want to insert and click on the Open button. The picture gets inserted into the slide. Lets undo the changes Let me demonstrate another way to insert pictures. Insert a new slide after the slide titled ‘Overview’ by clicking on Insert and Slide. Click on the Title text box and change the title to ‘Opensource Funny’. Notice a small box with 4 icons in the centre. This is the Insert toolbar. From the Insert toolbar,click on the Insert Picture icon. Choose a picture and click on the Open button. Notice that the inserted picture covers almost the whole slide. You can change the shape and size of the image by first clicking on it and manipulating the control points. In a similar manner we can also insert other objects like charts and movie-clips into our presentation. Explore all these possibilities. Now lets learn how to hyperlink. Hyper linking allows you to easily move from slide to slide or open a web page or a document from the presentation. First we will look at how to hyperlink with in a presentation. Insert a new slide after the slide titled Overview. Click on the title and type ‘Table of Contents’. Click on the Body text box and type the titles of the succeeding slides as follows: Open Source Funny
The Present Situation
Development up to present
Potential Alternatives
Recommendation Select the line of text ‘Development up to present’. Click on Insert and Hyperlink. This will open the hyperlink dialog box. On the left pane, select ‘Document. Then click on the button to the right of the field ‘Target in document’. The list of slides present in this presentation opens up. Select the slide entitled ‘Development upto present’ from the list. Click on the Apply button and then click on the Close button in this list. Again click on the Apply button and then click on the Close button in the Hyperlink dialog box. Click anywhere in the slide. Now when you hover your cursor over the text, the cursor turns into a pointing finger. This means that the hyperlinking was successful! Clicking on the hyper linked text takes you to the relevant slide. To hyperlink to another document, lets go back to the Table of Contents slide. Now add another line item: External Document Select the line of text and click on Insert and then on Hyperlink. In the left pane, select Document. Click on the folder icon to the right of the Document Path field. Select the document which you want to hyper link. We will choose resume.odt which we created in the Writer series and click on the Open button. Click on the Apply button and then click on the Close button in the Hyperlink dialog box. Click anywhere on the slide. Now when you hover your cursor over the text, the cursor turns into a pointing finger. This means that the hyperlinking was successful! Now clicking on the hyperlinked text takes you to the relevant document. In our case, it takes us to resume.odtHyperlinking to a web page is similar. Insert a new slide at the end of the presentation. Change the title to ‘Essential Open Source Software’. In the Body text box type:Ubuntu Libre Office. Select the second line of text and click on Insert and then on Hyperlink. On the left pane, select Internet. In the Hyperlink type, select Web. In the Target field, type ‘www.libreoffice.org’ Click on the Apply button and then click on the Close button in the Hyperlink dialog box. Click anywhere on the slide. Now when you hover your cursor over the text, the cursor turns into a pointing finger. This means that the hyperlinking was successful! Now clicking on the hyper linked text takes you to the relevant web page. Lastly, tables are used to organize data into columns and rows. Let’s now learn how to add a table in LibreOffice Impress. Select the slide entitled ‘Development up to the present’ from the Slides pane. From the Layout section on the Tasks pane, select Title and 2 Content icon. Select the text in the left side text box and reduce the font size to 26. In the right side text box click on the icon ‘Insert Table’ from the Insert toolbar in the centre. By default, Number of columns is displayed as 5 and Number of rows is displayed as 2. We will change the Number of columns to 2 and the Number of rows to 5. Click on the OK button. Lets elongate the table so that the text is readable. Enter data into the table as shows- Implementation Year and % 2006 10% 2007 20% 2008 30% 2009 40% Now lets change the font of the header row to bold and center the text. To change the color of the table, first select all the text. Then from the Table Design section on the Tasks pane, select a table style. I will select this one. See how the Table looks now. This brings us to the end of this tutorial. To summarize, in this tutorial, we learnt how to:Insert Pictures and format them Hyperlink within and outside the presentation and Insert Tables Try this comprehension test assignment. Create new presentation. Insert a picture on the 3rd slide. On the 4th slide, create a table of 2 rows and three columns. In row 2 column 2 of the table, type ‘slide 3’. Hyperlink this text to the 3rd slide Watch the video available at the following link It summarises the Spoken Tutorial project If you do not have good bandwidth, you can download and watch it The Spoken Tutorial Project Team Conducts workshops using spoken tutorials Gives certificates for those who pass an online test For more details, please write to contact at spoken hyphen tutorial dot org Spoken Tutorial Project is a part of the Talk to a Teacher project It is supported by the National Mission on Education through ICT, MHRD, Government of India More information on this Mission is available at spoken hypen tutorial dot org slash NMEICT hypen Intro This tutorial has been contributed by ………………………….(Name of the translator and narrator)
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