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       Did it look as you desired in DRAW?
           if so, then by exporting to PDF, all should be a-ok  ;-)
                (well, works for me)

           if you then exported to a MSFT product, then things would become
messy -
                (well, that's my experience in flipping between the systems)

       To correct the errors MSFT made, you need to use their program or
suffer with the knowledge that the receiver will see a lesser quality of
your work.  (an humbling experience)

On Mon, Apr 15, 2013 at 7:34 AM, gordom <> wrote:

Hallo everyone.

I'm preparing some document in Writer that consists of text & vector
graphic. Vector graphic was originally prepared with Corel Draw, then
exported into PDF and imported into Inkscape. With Inkscape, graphic was
saved into .SVG (anticipating any questions, I was not satisfied with the
result of the .SVG, nor .EMF and .WMF files that were created from Corel
directly). SVG graphic was inserted into Writer document (I made some tests
with Draw also). Everything looks fine – no complains.
The problem starts while exporting into .PDF file. Objects edges are
transformed. Instead of having shapes with smooth curves, I've got rough
lines (but graphic is not rasterized, it is still a vector draw). Do you
know anything about this issue, is there a way to avoid this? I will
appreciate any help. Regards,


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