Open PDF files in OpenOffice

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Open PDF files in OpenOffice

Postby Inga Jensen » Tue Mar 06, 2018 10:28 am

SER UD TIL AT "OPEN OFFICE" ER ET NOGENLUNDE NEMT PROGRAM AT BRUGE - Jeg undrer mig bare over at nogen af de PDF filer jeg havde i mit gamle
Word program kan jeg ikke åbne i Open Office, men andre PDF filer kan jeg godt åbne ???? og læse i Open Office.

 Edit: Google Translate from Danish:
SEE THAT "OPEN OFFICE" IS AN ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM TO USE - I'm just wondering that any of the PDF files I had in my old Word program I can not open in Open Office, but other PDF files can I open ???? and read in Open Office. 

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Postby RoryOF » Tue Mar 06, 2018 1:26 pm

OpenOffice, with the correct extension installed, allows minor viewing and editing of PDF files. It is not a good viewer for PDF files. It is best to use either your operating system's installed PDF viewer or download and use Adobe Reader.

Google translate to Danish
OpenOffice, med den korrekte udvidelse installeret, muliggør mindre visning og redigering af PDF-filer. Det er ikke en god seer for PDF-filer. Det er bedst at bruge enten dit operativsystems installerede PDF-viewer eller downloade og bruge Adobe Reader.
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Re: Open PDF files in OpenOffice

Postby John_Ha » Tue Mar 06, 2018 7:14 pm

See [Tutorial]How do I view or edit a PDF file with OpenOffice? You may have some hybrid PDF files.

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