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Figure 25-4. The Fontwork tool can add some special effects to your presentations.
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In addition to Fontwork effects, Impress includes a powerful 3D tool, which can give just about any on-screen element a 3D flourish (this tool is also available in some other OpenOffice.org applications). To use it, create a text box or shape using the Drawing toolbar at the bottom of the screen. Then right-click the text box or shape and select Convert 3D.
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Note The 3D option is designed simply to give your object depth. If you want to create a genuine 3D object
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that you can rotate in 3D space, select the 3D Rotation Object.
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You can gain much more control over the 3D effect by right-clicking it and selecting 3D Effects. This will open a floating palette window with five configuration panels, as shown in Figure 25-5. Click the icons at the top of the palette to adjust the type of 3D effect and its lighting, as follows: Geometry: This defines how the 3D effect will look when it s applied to on-screen selections. For example, you can increase or decrease the rounded-edges value, and this will make any sharp objects on the screen appear softer when the 3D effect is applied. Shading: This affects not the actual texture of the 3D object, but instead alters its color gradient. This is best demonstrated in action, so select the various shading modes from the drop-down list to see the effect. In addition, you can choose whether a shadow is applied to the effect, as well as the position of the virtual camera (the position of the hypothetical viewer looking at the 3D object). Illumination: This lets you set the lighting effect. All 3D graphics usually need a light source, because this helps illustrate the 3D effect; without a light source, the object will appear flat. Various predefined light sources are available. You can click and drag the light source in the preview window. Textures: This affects how the textures will be applied to the 3D object. A texture is effectively a picture that is wrapped around the 3D object. Clever use of textures can add realism to a 3D object. A map of the world applied to a sphere can make it look like a globe, for example, or you could add wood or brickwork textures to make objects appear as tabletops or walls. Material: This lets you apply various color overlays on the texture. This can radically alter the texture s look and feel, so it is quite a powerful option. To change the texture itself, right-click the object and select Area. This will present a list of predefined textures. Alternatively, you can select to use a color or pattern. To apply any changes you make, click the check button at the top right of the palette. As with the other presentation effects, the best policy is simply to experiment until you re happy with the results.
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Figure 25-5. You can fine-tune 3D objects to quite a high degree using the 3D Effects palette.
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If you plan to put your presentation online, or you want to send it to a colleague who doesn t have Impress or PowerPoint installed, outputting your presentation as a Flash animation could be a good idea. The process is simple. Just select File Export, and then select Macromedia Flash (SWF) in the File Format drop-down list (SWF is the Flash file type, which stands for Shockwave Flash). No further configuration is necessary. In order to play the file, it needs to be opened within a web browser that has the Flash Player installed. This can be done by selecting File Open on most browsers, although you can also drag-and-drop the SWF file onto the browser window under Microsoft Windows. There shouldn t be much of a problem with compatibility, since the Flash Player is ubiquitous these days. If the web browser doesn t already have Flash installed, it s easy to download and install it (see www.adobe.com/shockwave/download/download.cgi P1_Prod_Version=ShockwaveFlash). When the Flash file is opened in a web browser, the presentation starts, as shown in Figure 25-6. You can progress through it by clicking anywhere on the screen.
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