Initially I didn't think I would need Impress Presentation, so through a custom installation I left it out. Of course, now I could use it ;) Go figure! Can I do this? I am using Ubuntu Studio 16.04 (XFCE)


This impressive command should satisfy your hunger:

sudo apt install libreoffice-impress
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    I'm amazed at the wording of both: question and answer. Made my U&L day.
    – grochmal
    Aug 8 '16 at 1:50

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