OpenOffice Impress - printing slides

As I am unable to print my slides correctly from OpenOffice 2 on Ubuntu Breezy (am I stupid, or are there no options to print 4/8/16 slides per page any more?), I decided to convert them to PDF, then resize/rescale them using pdfnup (see my earlier entry for more details).

I use this command to convert an OpenOffice PDF to printable pages, 2 slides across by 2 down:

pdfnup --orient landscape --nup 2x2 --outfile file_new.pdf --paper a4paper --frame True --delta "0.5cm 0.5cm" file.pdf

This seems to work pretty well


Here is easier

Here is easier way:

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Great. Thanks for that.

Great. Thanks for that. Useful for occasions where I want to do it manually. The beauty of the command line approach is that I now have a script which I can point at a directory full of OpenOffice documents, and it will generate all the PDFs for me. Very handy... Unfortunately, it's complicated to setup, and Linux specific, and the script is in Ruby, etc..