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On 07/10/2015 02:27 PM, Regina Henschel wrote:
Hi David,

KARR, DAVID schrieb:
I have a PNG image.  I need to edit the image to blur out some
portions that I don't want other people to see, and then save that
modified PNG image.

Is this something that LibreOffice can do?

LibreOffice has only some rudimentary things you can do, for example crop an image, or combine an image with text. It has some filters, but they work all on the whole image. LibreOffice is not designed for editing raster graphics, Draw is a tool for editing vector graphics. So no, LibreOffice is the wrong tool. You can try The Gimp instead.

Kind regards

The good thing about GIMP, if you cannot find the needed function/filter/plug-in built in the install, there is a large plug-in "database" site.

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