Tom Davies | 18 Dec 18:24 2014
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Mark Bourne | 18 Dec 19:17 2014

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Hedley Finger | 18 Dec 11:03 2014
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Saving intermediate drafts of bug reports in Bugzilla

I am currently writing up my recent complaints about the handling of
graphics in Calc as an enhancement request bug report.

Is there any way I can save a report as a draft without publishing it so
that I can work on it in sessions rather than complete it all at once?

I know you guys and gals will come through!

Regards,
Hedley

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paulwhitehurst | 17 Dec 22:23 2014
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Style of unnumbered paragraph in a list

In Writer I'm inserting an unnumbered paragraph in a list.  My default
paragraph style (and default numbering style) indents the first line .5". 
However, the unnumbered paragraph doesn't indent.  It's flush with the
margin.  I have to indent using Tab.  Even if I set the paragraph style for
the specific paragraph to indent .5" on the first line that's ignored.  How
can I automatically set the paragraph style to indent on an unnumbered
paragraph in a list?

Thanks,
Paul Whitehurst
whandwh <at> aol.com

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Tom Davies | 17 Dec 19:24 2014
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[Solved] Re: 'exporting' Odt into Scribus

Hi :)
This issue is solved for me now.  Already! :))

Thanks for the links to their support! :)  Charles' link was a huge help.
The support links might help later on though.

I had kinda figured that this work-flow would mean i'd be using even less
of Writer's features for this than i do now and that i wouldn't be making
much use of Scribus' features either.  However it does deal with some petty
issues, increases flexibility and simplifies certain things.

Many thanks to everyone who helped with this
Regards from
Tom :)

On 17 December 2014 at 17:48, John Jason Jordan <johnxj <at> comcast.net> wrote:
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> On Wed, 17 Dec 2014 14:11:47 +0000
> Tom Davies <tomcecf <at> gmail.com> dijo:
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> >I do my company newsletter in Writer but want to do the finishing
> >touches in Scribus.
>
> The proper way to do this is to do your writing in Writer and then use
> the ODT import ability of Scribus. You can use styles in your ODT
> document and Scribus will import them. After importing you can use the
> advanced text features of Scribus to enhance the styles.
>
> However, layout programs like Scribus will not import much more, e.g.
> footnotes, page numbering, margins and such will be discarded, so
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Rafnews | 17 Dec 18:37 2014
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[calc] how to insert a relative path in a cell to open file ?

Hi,

I'm working on a central document in CALC that should be later convert 
to PDF.
in a column i would like to have relative path in such manner that if a 
user click on the link it open the file at this path.
However i discover that everything is not relative but only absolute path.

so till now it is on my hard disk, but later on it will be on a DVD and 
the absolute path will not work.

so how to do to have relative path ?

e.g. on my hard disk:
C:\lawyers\videos
C:\lawyers\recordings
C:\lawyers\emails
C:\central doc.pdf

next on DVD
E:\lawyers\videos
E:\lawyers\recordings
E:\lawyers\emails
E:\central doc.pdf

in the cell i have for example
C:\lawyers\videos\2014.03.12 - meeting with customer 123.avi

and i just would like to have
videos\2014.03.12 - meeting with customer 123.avi
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Dennis Regan | 17 Dec 15:02 2014
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I have enjoyed LibreOffice Writer very much but here is a problem that I have encountered that I hope you can help me with.

Dear Sir or Ms.,

My name is Dennis Regan and I have enjoyed LibreOffice Writer very much but here is a problem that I have
encountered that I hope you can help me with. I am attempting to insert an audio file into a document so that
when I save that doc as an HTML document I would like the audio file to play while a reader is viewing the HTML document.

So far I have tried to insert all of the audio file formats that I can think of and all that I get when I try to
insert them is that they ARE NOT SUPPORTED.

CAN YOU PLEASE TELL ME WHAT AUDIO FILES ARE SUPPORTED BY LibreOffice Writer.

I thank you in advance for your assistance.

Very truly yours,

Dennis Regan
DPRegan54 <at> gmail.com

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Tom Davies | 17 Dec 15:11 2014
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'exporting' Odt into Scribus

Hi :)
I do my company newsletter in Writer but want to do the finishing touches
in Scribus.

Has anyone else tried this?   A few years ago someone from this mailing
list offered to give me a hand but i had no time to even try it back then.
It's suddenly become quite viable to put some time into this at work.

The one thing that Writer doesn't seem able to do is use curved
text-frames.  I'm kinda trying to get some nicely rounded corners to
upgrade the newsletter from Win98 style to Xp style.
Regards from
Tom :)

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Cley Faye | 17 Dec 11:39 2014
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ODT/ODS/ODP import in Google Drive

Hi,

A good news for people working with Google Drive, it is now possible to
"properly" import open document in it:
https://plus.google.com/u/0/+GoogleDrive/posts/f8icit6jYJK

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Hedley Finger | 17 Dec 10:43 2014
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Calc: Hedley's adventures trying to embed graphics stably with cell character anchors

All:

Tom reminded me that I have previously posted about the problems of
graphics in Calc. If anybody is interested in reading this long boring
history, here it is. This saga will now be posted in bugzilla.

Regards,
Hedley

Hedley Finger <hedley.finger <at> gmail.com>  17 December 201410:16 (10 hours
ago)

to Tom, rfithen, users
All:
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> Why not stay with the advantages of LibreOffice instead of trying to make
> it as hideous as MS Office!!?

​Can MS Office be more hideous than this?

I decided to make a small database of bicycle spare parts in Calc, in which
I would include a photo of each part as it's easier to scan a printout for
a picture than look up words.

Copying a graphic file from Gimp, etc. (or even another cell) and pasting
into a cell produces these results:

   - the anchor may be in the selected cell, or it could be to the sheet,
   or in the cell above, or the cell to the left
   - the cell must not only be selected (heavy border) but in direct
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Joel Madero | 17 Dec 03:05 2014

Macro to open form + pass on value from current form

Hi All,

I have a form that has bookID as a unique key. I want to have a button
that is to open a second form and do the following:

(1) search for the bookID in another table (Series);
(2) If bookID does not exist in Series, create a new record that has the
bookID and open another form and passes the bookID to that form so I can
enter the appropriate info.

Guidance appreciated.

Best,
Joel

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