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Hello Peter

On a side note, embedding OLE object such as an ODG file is not a good
practice for our book edition. The issue raises when we export the file
to another alien format such as EPUB, wiki or XHTML. In that cases the
export filter often cannot export the OLE object but can export a static
image such as PNG. We recommend to create a companion ODG file with the
drawings (source) and export each drawing as image to be embedded in the
chapter. (Select all - Ctrl+A , group, export as, select file format,
mark "selection" in filepicker  dialog, press Export).


Em 18/02/2020 09:01, Peter Schofield escreveu:
I am updating the user guide for Draw to version 6.4 and have come a problem.

LO Writer is not accepting the ODG format as a file. I have tried dropping into a document as 
well as doing a copy and paste, but nothing happens. I also tried importing as an image and I get 
the message that the ODG drawing is not recognised as an image.

My only solution at the moment is to export from Draw in PNG format after saving in ODG format.

Exporting directly from Draw without saving in ODG format produces an empty file.

Anybody know a solution.

I am using LO version

Peter Schofield

Olivier Hallot
LibreOffice Documentation Coordinator
Comunidade LibreOffice
Rio de Janeiro - Brasil - Local Time: UTC-03:00

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