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Hi All,

I'm curious. I've used OpenOffice since version 1.0. I'm not sure if version 1.0 had the export to pdf feature, but I've used it many, many, many times since it has been part of the offering. I ran it in Windows until 3 years ago, and since then in Linux (Ubuntu 8.10, 9.04, 9.10, 10.04, 10.10, 11.04, & 11.10). Last year I switched from OpenOffice to LibreOffice when LibreOffice came out a year ago. My documents are 1 to 5 pages for the most part. I've never had any issues with export to pdf.


On 02/09/2012 11:08 AM, Cor Nouws wrote:
Cor Nouws wrote (09-02-12 16:49)

Currently I test Andrews Macro document
Is a tough job, but still running ...

Got a stiff neck from the van running ;-) but after 28 minutes the 609 kB ODT-file is exported to a 2.0 MB PDF.
The four Calc files that I had opened, are still there. Lucky me ;-)


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