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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 ...


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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 ...


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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.


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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 ...


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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.


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It seems like LibreOffice dropped support for StarOffice files after version 3.6.7.2. I downloaded LibreOffice 3.6.7.2 from their old binaries archive and opened the file, and then exported to ods and pdf, worked fine. LibreOffice 3.6.7.2 was released in 2013.


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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 - ...


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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 ...


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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: ...


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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.


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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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