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Tom Davies <tomdavies04 <at>> writes:

Hi :)
I found the bug-tracking thing for them

Can you insert the image and text into the original using LibreOffice before 
exporting as Pdf?  Does that
give the same error message?  I think copy&paste might help.  

Regards from
Tom :)

--- On Mon, 30/1/12, prashant Patil <prashant.p <at>> 

From: prashant Patil <prashant.p <at>>
Subject: [libreoffice-users] How to fix "error exists on this page" PDF 
error from LibreOffice 3.4
generated documents?
To: users <at>
Date: Monday, 30 January, 2012, 7:55

Dear Admin,

I have exported a document to PDF file in LibreOffice 3.4 Writer.
In this PDF, I am inserting image and text using ITextsharp dll
The processing is done successfully. But while opening the processed PDF
first time; is displayed the following error:
"An error exists on this page. Acrobat may not display the page correctly.
please contact the person who created the pdf document to the problem"

Kindly advice how to remove the error message.

Thanks & Regards,

Prashant Patil, Senior Software Engineer, Software ICICI-SA, 3i Infotech
Tel.Direct: + 91 22 4084 5767 | Email: prashant.p <at> |

Dear Tom,
We cannot insert the image and text into the original LibreOffice document, as 
we receive the ready converted PDF files from the business users.
And our application (.NET exe version 3.5) does the insertion in the received 
PDF files as per the business logic.
Kindly suggest any other solution/dll that can resolve the said issue.

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