Ubuntu :: Using Scroll Wheel To Move Between Slides Previewing Thumbs

May 9, 2010

I found the following question in the OpenOffice forum (unsolved) and was wondering if any of you know the solution. I so badly want it solved.

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Is there a way to enable scrolling to move onto the next slide? i.e. scrolling down or up w/ mouse button only moves the canvas up/down rather than proceed to the next slide (which requires a Page Up/Dn). Additionally, is there a view similar to ppt that the left side of the screen has thumbnails which u can scroll up and down w/ ur mouse wheel or the up/dn arrow?

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