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Thanks to Ayan Patra, I found the solution. Measurement units can be changed in libreoffice/4/user/registrymodifications.xcu For calc it was set in: <item oor:path="/org.openoffice.Office.Calc/Layout/Other/MeasureUnit"><prop oor:name="Metric" oor:op="fuse"><value>8</value></prop></item> For writer it's in <item ...


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If it is possible to use a template file then you can create one with the required parameters and then use it with the "-n" option of the libreoffice command to get what you need. And as for the configuration files of Libre Office the details of it can be found here. You can take a look at this post if you want to edit the configuration file to do what you ...


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It looks like LO saves zoom with the document. I tried in 4.4.0, and it opened a Write document with the zoom it has been saved and closed. LO did the same with Calc. I tried to edit the default Write template and set a zoom and save and close -- but it did not work: a new document did not inherited the zoom with the template. Still LO 4.4.0 does not saves ...


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There are two solutions - depending on your needs: For single images, you could insert a bookmark above the image, and add a cross-reference pointing to that bookmark. In the resulting PDF, the crossref jumps to the image. Of course, this isn't viable if there are a lot of pics to cross-ref (you may use a macro for this kind of task). Instead of cross ...


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Maybe you've disabled "Edit mode" accidentally? Check the fifth button from the left in the default toolbar: Make sure it’s enabled. EDIT: Another cause may be the Form's "Design mode". If the form is in design mode, you can edit form controls, but you can't enter any content in text fields, for example:


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You can use a tool such as Pandoc to convert LibreOffice ODT (and many other formats) to a plain text markup (e.g. Markdown, reStructuredText, AsciiDoc, MediaWiki, DokuWiki, Textile`). A quick online test at Try Pandoc produced this: Markdown Test ==== --------- ----- Apples 100 Oranges 77 --------- ----- ...


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This is an easy task: Menu Table -> Convert -> Table to text.... Now, you can select the separating character:


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Did some experiments, and seems to me that LibreOffice will always put your graphics on your page format (and I'm not sure that this is a wrong choice, anyways). But I found that if you use File → Export as PDF you can check Selectionin Range section to make it export only selected elements, however it will always put them on your original page format. But ...



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