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Re: [tdf-discuss] EPS images in ODF documents


It is not. During edition you can only see the raster preview (when
available). But you can still use eps images on Writer without too
much problems: you just need not to use the native pdf export. Use a
postscript printer driver to print to a file instead, and then convert
that postscript file to pdf using, for example, ghostscript.

2011/1/28 Magnus Johansson <e.m.johansson@spray.se>:

Hello! I write books containing a lot of EPS images. When I have tried to use
OpenOffice I have not been satisfied with the rendition of the inserted EPS
images. Is LibreOffice better than OpenOffice in this respect?

Regards,
Magnus Johansson
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