To make a PDF from LO.
File>Export>Export as PDF.
And in the bad/good old days when I used an MS operating system and was
proof reading scripts that came as PDF's, I used one of Nuance's programs
to edit and annotate the proofs
Incidentally, I have been using LInux and LO for years and regularly
use MS Word in replies to the members of a craft group I have been
No problems even though LO chides me for using an MS format and warns about
On 01/05/18 09:53, Virgil Arrington wrote:
On 04/30/2018 05:49 PM, Ben Oliver wrote:
On 18-04-30 21:43:00, Virgil Arrington wrote:
This is intriguing. I just looked over my options with LO 6.0.3 in
saving as a PDF and I don't easily see any method of saving as a
"fillable PDF form." Can you give a quick explanation of how to do that?
Like Tom, I've always thought of PDF as a generally non-editable format,
although I have used fillable PDF forms before. I've just never known
how to create a fillable PDF. Can it be done from within LO?
My understanding is that it's a feature pretty much only covered by
Adobe software. That includes filling out a form.
Things may have changed since I last checked.
That was my thinking as well, which is why I'm intrigued by the
possibility of doing it directly within LO.
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