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    Weird LibreOffice PDF output

    The attached ODG, when exported as PDF with LibreOffice, turns out like the attached PDF (weird blue arrow on first page)

    Also appears like that when printing


    Here's some screenshots:

    Preview that appears when printing, and the output of Export to PDF:



    The document (note how words go beyond page boundary):


    How can I get rid of the blue arrow?

    Thanks
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    Last edited by duncan12; August 19th, 2012 at 07:06 AM. Reason: added screenshots

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    Re: Weird LibreOffice PDF output

    bump

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    Re: Weird LibreOffice PDF output

    Any ideas?

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    Re: Weird LibreOffice PDF output

    Weird bug. Worked around it by using one page, but annoying that I have to make compromises

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    Re: Weird LibreOffice PDF output

    duncan12: It looks to me that you simply need to rescale the graphic to fit within the page boundary. The arrow seems to indicate that it exceeds this and shows that it has needed to wrap to another page.

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    Re: Weird LibreOffice PDF output

    Quote Originally Posted by Zill View Post
    duncan12: It looks to me that you simply need to rescale the graphic to fit within the page boundary. The arrow seems to indicate that it exceeds this and shows that it has needed to wrap to another page.
    Well you wouldn't expect such an arrow when printing, similarly to how the red lines under misspelled words don't show when printing..

    Anyway resolved it in the end by doing just that, problem is it meant I had to split it into two and the style wasn't carried between them (see how the fontwork starts thin and gets thicker in the middle - had to remove that to be able to split it into two)

    Oh well was fine in the end, with a compromise

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