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       is there hope that these 'pixel' issues will be corrected in the
near future  ;-)

From: Cley Faye <>
Date: Sat, Dec 27, 2014 at 8:14 PM
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] PDF Extnension for Libre Office/Writer or
Open Office
Cc: "" <>

A recent installation of LibreOffice is able to open almost any PDF through
the Draw module. From there, it is possible to redo the placement and
extract part of the file.

Note that it won't open in Writer (or other modules), and that opening a
PDF for editing is not a pixel-perfect process; there can be some issues
with the import (but if all you want is get a picture it's alright).

Cley Faye

2014-12-27 19:36 GMT+01:00 charles meyer <>:

Hi All,

I hope everyone is enjoying Christmas and all the holidays.

I was reading there is an extension you can download for Open Office
which allows you to import a PDF file and then edit that PDF file.

I have a form sent to me in pdf and I wish to import an image file
into that pdf form.

Does Libre Office have a similar PDF extension? Have you actually used
it and not just read about it? Can you please share the official link
to that extension?

If Libre Office does not offer such a PDF extension, has anyone used
the Open Office PDF extension in Libre Writer/Office?

Thanks so much.


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