Open Office Impress: making a greeting Card (Chinese) [ID:153]

a series of video-tutorials by ljliu and Horst Jens

How to make a greeting card with OpenOffice Impress

Video Tutorials

1. OpenOffice Impress: greeting card, part 1 of 2 (Chinese)

This video is in Chinese language and shows how to make an English greeting card using the English version of OpenOffice. speaker: Lijia Liu Lijia shows how to fold a sheet of paper (DIN A4 format) to make a greeting card and she shows how the 4 pages of the greeting card are displayed when the sheet of paper is unfolded. The making of the greeting card with OpenOffice is shown in the second vid [...]

2. OpenOffice Impress: greeting card, part 2 of 2 (Chinese)

This video is in Chinese language and shows how to make an English greeting card using the English version of OpenOffice. Speaker: Lijia Liu Lijia shows how to create, rotate, move and edit FontWork Objects in OpenOffice Impress to create a greeting card. She also insert and rotate some images. This screencast was made with Ubuntu Linux. License: Creative Commons Attribution, Non-Commercial, Sha [...]

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