On 2014-02-27 16:43, Dale Rebgetz wrote:
There is a 10 MB file size limit, which my book exceeds due to the
Thomas, beginning with LibreOffice 4.1 there is a new feature where if
you right-click on an image in your document you will see the option
This opens a dialogue box where you are provided with information about
that image (including its current size), proposed compression settings,
and a Calculate button to see the new size of that image if you were to
accept those settings.
I have not found a way to do this on all the images at once.
Because the changes are permanent, I suggest you *first* save a copy of
the original (large) document. That way you can try again if you
compress the images too much and loose too much image quality.
I just found a bug in my 4.1.6 using this. If I compress (resize) any
images by this method I start to get read-error for other images and
they are lost from the document.
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Re: [libreoffice-users] Compress images · Steve Edmonds
Re: [libreoffice-users] Compress images · Paul D. Mirowsky
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