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       There are 2 things I've done - one, as Gabriel points out, and the
other is 'saving as' to whichever image you wish it to be.

       Unless you've upgraded to the .5 - which I haven't yet - then this
should work;

On Wed, Aug 15, 2012 at 4:28 PM, Gabriel Risterucci <>wrote:

When you put the desired dpi value, simply set the size to what you want. I
just tried in draw, got a big png :)

The fact that it change the size when you change the dpi feels like a bad
design issue, though the png export dialog looks quite "raw" as it is.

2012/8/15 Mary Ellen Bost <>

Hi- not sure if this email thread is strictly for reporting bugs but I
have a question and it's worth a shot.

I hate gimp & need to create a few simple graphics in Draw or Impress.
they need to be a specific size and high resolution.

I just created a picture 5.3in x 5.3 inch square in draw & exported it as
a png. When the dpi option appeared- it was 48 dpi.

If I increase the dpi...the image shrinks.

I know that there is a plug in for PowerPoint that allows you to export
images in created in a ppt as high res.

Is there any plug in or anything I can do to create a high res image in
any of the Libre Office programs?

PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Help!!!!


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