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Accidentally I found the following link: there I found following textHow 
can I use these images in
-------------------------------------------------------------- to version
      2.3) does not natively support SVG files, however there are two
      broad approaches to getting theOCALimages into OpenOffice.
      The first approach is using vector formats, which are inherently
      higher quality and scale very well. The second, or fall back,
      approach is to use bitmap/raster formats, which do not scale well.

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      this for promotion?

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