How to create image map using LibreOffice Impress for use on a web page

My objective was to create an image map of a slide I created using LibreOffice Impress. See this link for the result. Here is how I went about it:

Create a presentation or flow diagram with the shapes you want, in LibreOffice Impress. Save the presentation as an ODP file, which is the default LibreOffice . . . → Read More: How to create image map using LibreOffice Impress for use on a web page

How to draw network diagrams in LibreOffice or OpenOffice

You can use Dia to draw network diagrams in linux or windows. However, if you just want to use LibreOffice Draw or Impress or even Open Office, you can use network images from Cisco.

You can them at http://www.cisco.com/web/about/ac50/ac47/2.html

You will also find Visio templates at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/prod_cat_visios.html

You can see the diagrams created using the . . . → Read More: How to draw network diagrams in LibreOffice or OpenOffice

Blank slides when saving LibreOffice Impress presentation to powerpoint

When saving a LibreOffice Impress presentation as Microsoft Powerpoint, some slides do not show content in the saved Powerpoint file, even though they had text and graphics in them.

After playing around, found that the slides that did not convert were the ones where no Title text was entered above the bulleted text. This means . . . → Read More: Blank slides when saving LibreOffice Impress presentation to powerpoint

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