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Export to HTML without navigation bar. [closed]

asked 2012-03-19 01:06:48 +0200

kinsago gravatar image

Hi everyone.

I'm making an interactive document using Impress and exporting as HTML for cross-compatibility. Everything seems fine except for the forward/back etc text at the top of each page.

Although I could manually remove it from each page it is very time consuming. Can I export from Impress without this navigation text? Alternatively, does anyone know of a better tool?

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answered 2012-06-02 18:15:50 +0200

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If you want everything on one page without navigation bar, you can export a slide show as "XHTML" and not as "HTML (Impress)" document. This will put everything on one page.

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answered 2013-06-04 13:39:55 +0200

Dellji gravatar image

I would like to create without naviagation also.
It generates a link to a text file that doesn't exist. The First Page,Back, Continue & Last Page work but the Text link does not.

Or maybe a better solution would be to allow us to customize the navigation bar.

My presentation is almost 300 slides long and I have it automatically advancing (nice feature by the way).

Jim

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