[Scribus] ughh... OpenOffice text document ??
Thu Oct 6 00:24:18 CEST 2005
*** well right... it isn't very clear at all, except
*** all these nice people replying :) As I
*** mentioned, I was able to import an OO.o
*** drawing file... but for me, this failed miserably...
*** the connector lines were missing... the text
*** blocks were reformatted and uneditable...
*** I was beginning to think I had DREAMED
*** about OO imports at all :)
*** I will be extremely happy IF my OO docs
*** can be imported... to me, it is something
*** easier to write in the OpenOffice as a
*** word processor... while I certainly favor
*** Scribus as a DTP app... so, Im happy if
*** this works out now, and thanks again to
*** all who reply.
On 10/5/05, Christoph Sch?fer <christoph-schaefer at gmx.de> wrote:
> > On Thursday 06 October 2005 00:03, stu seven wrote:
> >> *** this jargon is too new for me... what difference
> >> *** between "doc" or "text with styles" ?
> >> *** When you are saying, "importing from OO.o"
> >> *** perhaps... this is just a guess... Openoffice
> >> *** has to be open with the document or something ?
> >> *** But, to answer you, no, I haven't seen anything
> >> *** at all, but for OO draw files.
> > Are these ***s necessary?
> > Anyway, right click on your text frame, select your oo.org<http://oo.org>sxd or odt file to
> > import and click ok.
> > Craig
> I don't think this answers Stu's last question. The OO.o importer for
> sxw and odt does not import the document itself. As you probably know,
> Stu, word processor files can contain a lot of things, pictures or
> tables, for instance. They are also formatted a certain way (think of
> page formatting and the like). Scribus will import only the text from
> OO.o files, inlcuding paragraph styles. Even if you don't apply any
> paragraph style in an OO.o doucument yourself, at least "Standard" is
> applied by default and will be imported into scribus.
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