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At 10:45 23/10/2013 +0100, Manuel Songokuh wrote:
you can try:
document writer and add image (full size like A4) and go to last background and start to write , write long long all page and try to click-right mouse to select other a word,

I'm not sure how a right-click selects anything, but no matter.

BINGO!that is PROBLEM, cant to write a word because it's activated object image and not texts. result: click mouse out document area (grey) and back click to text and it's start to write. i'm tired to work and write because it's problem background image!! it IS NOT GOOD!!! please fix it

You can make suggestions for enhancements at the web site. Since LibreOffice is a collaborative project, anyone can contribute to it. You could "fix it" yourself!

How about leaving the image out until you have finalised your text? Drop it in at the very end.

Another idea that may help you is to insert your graphic properly as a background. Go to Format | Page... | Background. For As, select Graphic. Click Browse... and browse to and insert your image file as a background. Under Type, you'll probably want Area. You should then be able to edit the text without any problem.

If you want the background to fill the page but the text to appear within normal margins, set the page margins to zero (LibreOffice will probably complain that your printer cannot handle this), and construct a frame within the page of the size you want for the text. If you want multiple pages like this and you want text to flow naturally from page to page, you can link the frames on each page in a chain.

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

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