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Hi Alexander

Thanks for your input that I find very down to earth and practical.

I am just curious, as you seem quite interested in LibreOffice, just as an exercise, would it be possible for you to take a document where you had to rotate an barcode and use Draw to rotate it and then insert the rotated image into the LibreOffice document?

I would be interested in your comments on the process, just to see how we could streamline the process for LibreOffice.

I believe this could be added to the bug/feature request and that it could add a more realistic "every-day application" of the rotation of a graphic.



Le 2011-05-01 08:33, Alexander Ostuni a écrit :
yes, I could.
But with MS Word I am simply quicker than use an extra application just
for rotate the barcode... and time is money.....

Sigrid Carrera schrieb:
Hi Alexander,

On Sun, 01 May 2011 07:16:37 +0200
Alexander Ostuni<> wrote:

Yes, it is build to produce Dokuments and because of that I need to
rotate a picture. I work in a bank. We have restrictions on the
installed programms. I am not allowed to install any application that
can rotate pictures.
I have to create our formulars/documents. Each of them has a barcode. I
get the barcodes horizontally but need them vertically in the
In MS word I can rotate them, in LO (wich is allowed in our bank and
also the software we shall use over Word) not, so I can't use LO but
have to use Word.
If you have LibO on your computer, why don't you use then Draw to
rotate the barcode? Sure, it is more convenient to have that feature
in Writer, but Draw is the specialised component for drawings and it
has a lot more functions and capabilities, that you could ever built
into a text processing component.


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