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Hi :)
In this sort of situation is it possible to go into the file as a though it's a zip-file and fix it 
by just editing a couple of easy things in there?  


and then edit the xml file in there?

Would that be an easier approach to fixing a LOT of files in a big batch run?  

Regards from 
Tom :)  

From: Regina Henschel <>
Sent: Friday, 19 July 2013, 20:31
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: Some content in ODP slide appears only in slide show view of 
Impress, not in normal view or PDF output

Hi vi5u0,

The document has damaged content. The error is not in LO but already in 
the file.

In detail: The document contains a lot of objects which has got an 
attribute svg:viewbox="0 0 0 0". Having a viewbox with width and height 
zero means, that the object is not displayed. When you try to edit the 
objects, you will notice, that they vanish in edit view too. If I set a 
proper width and height manually in the file souce, the upper drawings 
are shown.

The question is, how was the file generated? Most of the objects are of 
draw:type="ooxml-rect". That suggests, that the original file was a 
.pptx. Which application was used to convert it to .odp?

Kind regards

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