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Magnus ,
No difference between LO and OO sofar
Using EPS is in fact not a problem, at condition you start from EPS with a build in lowres "preview" . EPS without preview is not "shown' in a document but when printed (using a postscript printer) like PDF etc.. the Highres images will be in the PDF document for RGB and CMYK as well. When using the direct PDF output in LO or OO then the lowres images will been in the PDF document, what is still a issue for LO and OO PDF creation.

Hope it helps as a workaround ?


PS: Trye to convince your Publisher, Printer not to use EPS anymore, Postcript has had is best day's, using a RGB workflow with Hyres RGB-images ( Tif or jpg) in your Documents, is far more simpeler with same quality outcome.

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?

Magnus Johansson

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