When I open the PDF file and try to export it, all I see are graphics
formats (e.g., .bpm, .jpeg, .wfm etc.). I've tried several and they are
importable into my document (as a picture), but it seems that only one
page was exported, which is more complicated than copying and pasting
from each page of the draw object.
In the mean time, I've discovered a free conversion site,
www.zamzar.com, and they were able to convert the PDF files to odt (with
the images as bitmaps. Now here's another strange thing: I can use LO
to open the converted file and the document looks as I expect; however,
when I insert the file (insert->file) into my larger document, only the
text is picked up, leaving blank spaces where the images should go.
This sounds like a bug, but perhaps there is some setting that controls
this. One other thing: when I open the single/converted pdf->odt
document, the navigator shows draw objects and graphics objects as 0.
On Sat, 2013-04-06 at 08:36 +0200, Fernand Vanrie wrote:
Op 05/04/2013 22:18, David Ronis schreef:
it can surly been automated, import the PDF in draw and then export the
elements to a writerdoc, you will find a lot of code in the "Gimmicks"
I'm currently working on a large project that requires me to import many
documents from my colleagues, some in word or PDF formats, into a single
file. Libreoffice doesn't work if I try Insert->File... on a PDF file
(I get an error popup saying Error rereading the file).
I can open the PDF file (in draw) and cut and paste each PDF page into
the document, but that is painful.
Is there a way to make File->Insert work, perhaps via a macro?
hope it helps
consider this a feature request.
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