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IS he trying to create a document with a background image on all pages?

Yes, watermarks can be a solution - like on poster commented - but I was thinking more like an image that is a background for the entire page that stands out more than a watermark.

I have had need of this type of background image.

What we need to know is what is the user of the background image, so we can help properly. Adding a watermark is different than adding a background image for the page.

On 10/10/2012 03:53 AM, Jean-Francois Nifenecker wrote:
Hello Hervé,

[EN version follows]

Le 10/10/2012 09:24, a écrit :

je souhaite avoir un fond de page en overlay
avec word on peut utiliser un champ "imprimer" et y mettre une sequence
comment faire avec LibreOffice

cette liste est anglophone. Les questions doivent donc y être posées en anglais. Il existe également une liste francophone :


This list is english-speaking, thus you should ask questions here in English. There exists a francophone list:

Here's a translation of Hervé's question (which I don't understand ;)
8< -------------------------------------------------
I wish to get an overlaid page background.
With Word one may use a "print" field and set a PCL sequence there.
How can I do this using LibO?
------------------------------------------------- >8

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