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Hi Sajan

In Windows you can right click on the PDF, and in the dropdown menu, choose "Open with", select LibreOffice Writer (if not there by default then choose "Choose default program" and browse to Writer), which will be opened from LO Writer to LO Draw (through program linking). In Draw you can now edit the PDF and import the parts you want, or all into Writer. This is similiar in Linux as well.


Andrew Brown

On 24/07/2013 10:58 AM, Sajan Parikh wrote:
I'm in a situation where I have a few single page PDF documents, that I want to import into an existing Writer document. What I've done right now, is simply convert my PDFs into images, then imported those images into Writer. Easy enough.

I was wondering if there was an easier way to import/insert a PDF into a Writer document. Just for future reference if I ever need to do this with a PDF that has more content that I can't simply screenshot.


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