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Farhad Ahmad wrote:
I was doing work on Libre office for page crop and contras like edit of a
PDF book made from scanned image, at the time of auto saving process the
software uses to stop working, it saved the file and after some page there
was just a small icon instead of the original page. Pls help me to get rid
of the problem.

Files containing large (in terms of pixels, not printed size) images can take a noticeable time to save, and that includes auto-savings. Keystrokes and mouse clicks may be stored up while LO appears to be unresponsive, and then processed once it's finished saving and starts responding again.

It's possible that, while LO appeared to be unresponsive, you've ended up adjusting the zoom to a small size so that the page appears about the size of an icon. Try adjusting the zoom scale - from the "View" menu, select "Zoom..." and then either "100%" or "Entire Page" (or another option) depending how large you want the page displayed.

If that doesn't help, could you clarify:
- Are you using LO Writer or LO Draw?
- Where are you seeing "just a small icon"? e.g. is that in Draw's left-hand pane (which shows a small preview of each page), or in the main area where the page is usually edited?


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