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[tdf-discuss] Re: Two simple writer annoyances



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 
formulars/dokuments.
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.

So,a big yes. I need that function, too.

Alex


Hi Alex.
Have you considered the use of a barcode font ? Your IT department should be
less twitchy about deploying a font than a full fledged graphic editing
program. You could then add a barcode style  in your doc with 90 or 270
degrees rotation.
Greetings
JFL


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