Feature Expansion: LibreOffice Impress Guide Now Complete Drew Wilson | January 24, 2019 Freezenet is proud to announce that we are, once again, expanding our features. This time, we show you the basics of LibreOffice Impress. We are at it again. We’ve expanded our features to bring you more useful information. This time, we are offering you a guide on LibreOffice Impress. LibreOffice Impress is a program that allows users to create a wide variety of slide show presentations. Impress offers a wide variety of flexibility to offer users a multitude of ways to creatively create those presentations. This guide is split into 7 parts. You can check them all out on the main index page or separately here: Part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5, part 6, and part 7. This guide is a nice complimentary guide to other products found in LibreOffice. Already, we offer a guide on LibreOffice Writer as well as LibreOffice Calc. Like those other guides, the Impress guide is not necessarily comprehensive. However, it does offer the basics and requires minimal knowledge to get started. When you are done, you’ll be able to create basic fully customized slide show presentations complete with animated transitions, custom fonts, multimedia, and more. We hope you enjoy this new guide and find it useful for learning something new! As always, there is plenty more to learn after you finish the guide. If you want to become an expert, you can certainly use the basics we teach as building blocks to enhance your knowledge further. Update: We’ve also added PSP emulation and Wii guides to the Compatibility and Emulation section as well as an added bonus. Drew Wilson on Twitter: @icecube85 and Google+.