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LibreOffice Draw It seems that you can combine them in Draw. http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/tr-dojo/edit-pdf-documents-with-libreoffice-draw/ pdfsam However my real suggestion would be to use http://www.pdfsam.org/ GhostScript/PDFTK Edit: On Linux you can use GhostScript and pdftk http://stackoverflow.com/a/8159842/2982543 ...
To combine pages from two PDFs in LibreOffice Writer follow these steps. Open the first PDF document in LibreOffice Writer using File -> Open. Open the second PDF document in a new LibreOffice Writer window using File -> Open. Select a page in the first PDF document Pages pane before where you want to add a new page in the PDF document. Select the page ...
use the Pivot Feature in Libre Office. Put the category as row field and the values as data field. Here some Background Infos. Or Google with Libre Office Pivot table.
It's in glibc, in particular you need to have glibc-devel installed... Also you need to install the build dependencies: sudo yum-builddep libreoffice On Debian/Ubuntu: sudo apt-get build-dep libreoffice With modern releases, use autogen to select a newer gstreamer, or install the old package with: sudo apt-get install libgstreamer0.10-dev ...
Just as a follow up, I found something you may like too. Under Menu Tools -> Personalization you can now choose a firefox theme to use for libreoffice. Maybe it is worth a look, personally I like it.
It seems like LibreOffice dropped support for StarOffice files after version 220.127.116.11. I downloaded LibreOffice 18.104.22.168 from their old binaries archive and opened the file, and then exported to ods and pdf, worked fine. LibreOffice 22.214.171.124 was released in 2013.
I've expected the same problem: strange fonts in LibreOffice (and Konsole). I'm using Linux Mint 17.2 & XFCE. The reason was one of the following: In settings manager - appearance the default font was set (by me) as "dingbats" Eventually, in windows manager the title font, was also set as "dingbats" After changing both to another ("normal") font - ...
So Chocolatey doesn't have an official OneGet provider released yet. For more information see http://us8.campaign-archive2.com/?u=86a6d80146a0da7f2223712e4&id=0165685e1f Reposting the important parts: The current Chocolatey OneGet provider is not yet complete. In fact it is a preview that was written in April 2014 and is based on a two year old ...
Use .uno:ExecuteSearch (assuming that is what the recorder gave you), but instead of a hard-coded search string, input the value like this: Global SearchString Sub doSearch SearchString = InputBox("Search string:", "Search", "") ' Put the .uno:ExecuteSearch code here. End Sub Then change the hard-coded search string to use this variable: ...
I know this is a very old question but this is how to do it in GTK+3. GTK_THEME=Adwaita gnome-calculator or use GTK_THEME=Adwaita:dark gnome-calculator for the dark variant of Adwaita theme.
Probably your default template was somehow changed. You can fix creating a new template for the default page without the undesired features. This is a way to do it: Open a new empty document Tools > Options > LibreOffice Writer > Print > Comments > None Then follow the step-by-step procedure to change the default template from the wiki page of ...
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