On Monday, January 23, 2012 09:32:29 PM Jeff Prater wrote:
Your best bet would be to convert your newsletter to a PDF first.
Then, insert the form into the PDF using PDF authoring software like
Adobe Acrobat. That's what I would do.
This will not work. First I use Linux, Second I cannot afford Adobe
Acrobat which to the best of my knowledge does not have a Linux version.
I can create pdf's from LibreOffice and Scribus. I have not had time to
try this in Scribus, it is supposed to import pdf's, but latest update
gives error on trying to open pdf. Need to report bug.
Thanks for your reply anyway.
In order to get bulletin out I just recreated the whole document as a
pdf form in LibreOffice and then save whol bulletin as pdf. Alot of
On Fri, Jan 20, 2012 at 12:53 PM, upscope <email@example.com> wrote:
Is there a way to put a pdf form into a page of a newletter? I
know you can create one, but this form was sent to me to be
included in the newsletter so people can fill it in and then
print it for mailing.>
file-->open and selected the document and file type as .pdf.
It opens the pdf in draw instead of the select document page in
writer. I know I save it as an image and insert it but then the
users will not beable to use it.
Thanks for any ideas.
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