Hal Vaughan wrote:
I'm exporting ODT files to PDF, but I want to export only 1 page at a time, so I'm using a BASIC
macro to handle this.
I've been searching, but since somewhere around 3-4am EST, I have not been able to access
oooforum.org and most links lead to there.
I can't find examples elsewhere that show me how to export a PDF file from in BASIC or how to
specify, again, from BASIC, what pages to export.
Can anyone give me links for examples that are not on oooforum.org? Or tell me what classes I
would be using for this so I can look them up in the IDL to find out how to specify the page (or
pages) to export and how to use the PDF exporter?
I just checked on my LO 3.6.4 and discovered there is a way to export
only certain page(s). Don't use the button on the toolbar, but use File
-> Export as PDF.
A dialog comes up with "Range" in the top left corner of the "General"
tab. There, you can select "All", "Pages", or "Selection" (if
pre-selected). The "Pages" option allows you to specify which range of
pages, or a single page number, you want to be included in the export.
This dialog has many other PDF options that the toolbar button does not
However, I may have mis-read your problem. If you want to have an
automated method of creating a separate file for each page, then this
may not help. If your document is long, using this method can be
tedious and an automated method would be preferable.
Hope this helps.
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