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Bonjour Fabian,

Sure, there are some templates that you can use on the AOO website templates[1]. You can download some of these and then either use them or use them as a base to mod your own.

If you wonder how to download them, do the following:


* click on the "Use it!" button, this will lead you to a download webpage which will lead to a "black" rendering page of the .ott file.


* take into note the number and the name of the file in the URL


* Cut the URL of that page back to the "aoo-templates/" section and do a return to surf to the page.


* you will now be on the page. Browse DOWN to the number and file name


* right-click on the file name and save it


* once save, just locate the file in your system and right-click on it and say open (with LibreOffice)


* done!





Le 2013-02-11 10:22, Fabian Rodriguez a écrit :

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Is there a way to create an elaborate border in LibreOffice/Draw? I'd
like to create a certficate. I tried searching for freely-licensed
templates for this and didn't find any.

Thanks in advance for any help with this.


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