On 2013-04-22 22:37, Philip Rhoades wrote:
On 2013-04-22 03:44, luuk wrote:
On 21-04-2013 14:08, Philip Rhoades wrote:
When I record a macro to export to PDF with file-open password
protection, the resulting PDF does in fact have password protection.
However, if I run the previously recorded macro again, the resulting
is NOT password protected! I have found a mention of this problem with
OO but haven't had any success using the suggested solution there with
LO . .
Another solution would be to use unoconv - but the version on Fedora 18
(0.5.2) does not seem to work with password protection either (although
it is in the help info) . .
Does anyone have a WORKING macro that will export PDFs with file-open
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Ok after some searching.....
i found the answer in this discussion:
Here it is :
REM ***** BASIC *****
Many thanks - I would never have had time to work all that out . .
Is it possible to cause this macro to run when the file is saved (ie as
the normal ODT file NOT when exported)? I guess what I am asking is:
are the menu functions accessible from/to macros?
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