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PostPosted: Fri Oct 22, 2010 9:59 am    Post subject: Slide Size Reply with quote

I have searched this in Google and even found a related question but not one that specifically addresses my problem. I am trying to create an ER Diagram in Impress. The problem is that the slide size seems small so it can only accommodate a number of entities before I run out of space. I don't want to go and create a new empty slide because I want the whole diagram (which is just one diagram) in one single slide. I have seen format>page etc. answers but when I do that, it doesn't seem to increase the slide size at all? Is there a way I can increase the slide size to accommodate as much diagram as I want? Thanks in advance!
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 22, 2010 10:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Another issue is the font size. The default font size for the slide is 18. I have gone to format>character>size and changed it to 16 but each time when I create a new empty slide or next time when I start Impress anew, the default 18 is back. I would also appreciate if someone can tell me how I can make the lines anchor to the entities (rectangles) I am drawing. Now because the lines are not anchored to the shapes, I have to move them separately every time when I need to move them instead of them moving automatically if they were anchored.
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