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You can create an oval and add text to it. This will break the text at the edges of the oval. Next you can apply the warp operation Inflate to it. It's not as nice as your rendered output and would not fit my understanding of aesthetics, but it's "something like this".
Unfortunately, what you see in the text Warp dialog is what's available: So you'll only be able to warp some lines of text, in some ways. You can always create the sphere in some other program and export it as an image. Image source
try: page size 50.80cm x 28.57cm. It seems to work for me so far. I created a full HD JPEG in Photoshop (1920x1080 pixels at 72dpi pixels per inch). Then created a new Impress presentation. Right clicked the page and entered: slide > page setup. At first I tried 16cm across by 9cm high and then doubled each in turn, until I reached largest cm size ...
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