I am familiar with the LO pdf export options. If you choose File>Export
as PDF... you have all the options that you need to make a good
All the best
Em 17-10-2012 02:03, rost52 escreveu:
I think the pdf is really the best solution. However, your supervisor
might want to put comments into the document while reading it. I
tested a pdf-document created in writer (LO 184.108.40.206) yesterday but I
could not add comments.
When I wanted to make the "Comment & Mark UP" toolbar in Adobe Reader
(9.5.2) visible, I saw the information "Only available when document
rights are enabled". I assume that the rights must be given when you
create the pdf-document. I know that LO you can create various types
of pdf-documents but I don't know how to set the right for comments &
Maybe someone else in this community can explain about such rights and
On 17.10.2012 09:28, Orlando Figueiredo wrote:
Thank you all for the suggestion. I think that the PDF solution might
be the best way, although I am not sure if it will be peacefully
accepted by my supervisor.
The worst case scenario will be me constructing a nem file with png
images and keeping the original done with draw in a safe file to edit
We will see.
Em 16-10-2012 20:49, Steve Edmonds escreveu:
Also, a pdf can be marked up/annotated if your supervisor only needs
to comment and not actually edit.
With a PDF you are also assured that your supervisor will see the
exact layout that you see and not have the layout reflowed due to
some slight font or other difference (as has happened with me).
On 2012-10-17 08:40, anne-ology wrote:
sounds like the sensible way to go :-)
On Tue, Oct 16, 2012 at 10:31 AM, Tom Davies
How about side-stepping the issue and use
File - "Export to Pdf"
Does the supervisor need to edit the document? If so it's a
but generally Pdfs are viewed as being more professional. Everyone
Pdfs the same, the layout is the same and everything. Errr, fonts
sometimes not quite identical unless you print to file and then
instead of Ps. I think. Anyway Pdf generally gets around that
issue. Also LibreOffice has more options for exporting as Pdf,
doing uncompressed ones for better quality.
Word is really bad with graphics and doesn't have the range of
page" and so on that LO has. Also it kinda falls over if it has
Jpg can mess up images a little by making them be a bit swirly but
it's tolerable. Png tends to be a better format. However by
Pdf you might even impress your supervisor.
lot of images (more than 50 on the 200 pages that the document)
images were made with LO Draw. I scanned portions of the documents
am analysing and glue them with Draw, usually put a line framing
our group of images when it is ready I select all the objects,
and copy/past them to writer. Until here everything works
problem comes when I try to export the document to a doc word
(which I can
not avoid has it has to be read by my supervisor and she does not
but M$ Office). All the export goes great except for the images
From: Orlando Figueiredo <email@example.com>
To: Libreoffice Global List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, 16 October 2012, 15:19
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Images and *doc export
I am writing a long document (my thesis) using LibreOffice and I
not exported and do not appear in the *doc document.
Can anyone help me with this? I understand that I can go to LO
the images as jpg and insert them in the Writer document, but if
possible to solve this in another way that does not give me more
work to do I would appreciate.
Thank you all.
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