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There's no easy solution for this. Generally, pdftk is able to extract the form data out of a PDF form to a fdf file. But AFAIK there's no tool to import that data into LO Base. You will have to manually convert the fdf to csv, for example, so LO Base can access the data.


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I use krita to annotate pdfs. That won't do everything that you need it to, but you might find it helpful in some cases.


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Use Google Docs inside Google Chrome. (Provided that you have decent Internet connection). It is possible to enable handwriting from your browser. https://docs.google.com You can add math and other miscellaneous functions with add-ons in Chrome Math add-on for Google doc


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Try hovering your mouse on the bar along the very top of your screen. The File, Insert, and other menus should appear there. At least, that was where they appeared by default for me on Ubuntu 14.04. I personally prefer that the menus appear on the title bar of the window I'm working in, so I changed the setting as follows: System Settings -> Appearance -> ...


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AFAIK you can't make the axis labels display the exact data values. You may set the minimum, maximum, major and minor interval for the axis labels manually: select chart by double-clicking it Menu Format -> X Axis -> Scale , but if the interval of the data isn't consistent, this won't work. You could also display the date values near the data points: ...


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How do I get LibreOffice Base to access MS Access 2003 data files? You can use the UCanAccess JDBC driver to allow LibreOffice Base to manipulate Microsoft Access database files. For detailed setup instructions see my answer to Is it possible to open an Access 2010 database file without using Wine or VirtualBox?


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On the upper menu-bar go to Insert - Bookmarks... . Bookmarks list will appear: Select the bookmark you want to delete and press Delete button.


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Assuming it's Thunderbird that should detect changes were made and ask to copy elsewhere: Mozilla's Bugzilla Assuming LibreOffice should detect that a temporary directory is being used: LibreOffice's Bugzilla


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For Ubuntu 13.10 and later versions, you need to install OpenOffice 4.1.1 manually. Remove the previous version: sudo apt-get remove libreoffice* openoffice* sudo apt-get autoremove Installation Apache OpenOffice 4.1.1 on 64-bit Ubuntu: wget ...


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This is a copy-paste from another answer ( link here ). All credits to the original author of the question. You will have to use a brute-force software to open it. These programs often use brute-force or dictionary-based attacks. I would not use such a closed-source programs from random, untrusted sources as suggested. Virus scanners do not find everything, ...


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Really sorry for you, Libreoffice is using AES encryption when using password protection, and AES has no known flaws. The only way is to provide the correct password, without that you cannot bypass it. If you have had a password shorter than 7 chars, you can try to brute force it. If the password is larger than 6 characters, it will can take years to break ...


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Format Paintbrush is your friend: You can set a (custom) shortcut key to it if you don‘t like clicking it: from the menu, choose Tools - Customize - Keyboard tab (a document must be opened)


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Thanks for the reply :-D This is what i got when i tried to remove openoffice using the above command. The output was exceeding the maximum number of characters. So i could not add as a comment You might want to run 'apt-get -f install' to correct these: The following packages have unmet dependencies: libobasis4.2-core01 : Depends: libreoffice4.2-ure (>= ...


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JODReports (open source) and Docmosis (commercial) work similarly with documents as templates. Both allow you to use Word or Writer documents as templates and can work on Ubuntu. Please note I work for Docmosis. I hope that helps.


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The easiest way to have multiple languages installed on the system is to go to the system settings and then install the languages you're interested in there. All the other applications will follow suit (like you'll also have the same spell-checker in firefox, gedit, libre-office, ... The disadvantage of the easy way is that it will also install help files ...


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For reference's sake, here is the same incantation in Ruby require 'CSV' rows = CSV.new($stdin).read puts rows.transpose.map { |x| x.join ',' }


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It is a bit a hidden feature in LibreOffice, it is not where you would expect it to be, but it is there: Make sure the Picture Toolbox is enabled: select from the menu: View > Toolbars > Picture (Probably at the bottom), the picture tools become visible. Edit the transparancy: Right click on the image, set "Wrap" to "In Background": Right click again ...


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First way is about font features of Linux Libertine G and Linux Biolinum G include extended font names for LibreOffice: Linux Libertine G:smcp=1 for small caps Linux Libertine G:pnum=1&onum=1 for proportional & old style numbers Read more here, and also you can use Typography toolbar for LibreOffice. Second view for a problem is a letter "G" ...


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As Libreoffice is a fork from OpenOffice, you can not have both installed on same machine as some files of one suit confilct with some file of other suit. So first remove one of these using sudo apt-get purge libreoffice* <<-- if you want to remove libreoffice or sudo apt-get purge openoffice* <<--if you want to remove openoffice ...


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The error is caused due to some conflict with the openoffice. You have two options, 1) Either you can remove the libreoffice. 2) Else continue with the openoffice. If so try the below command and install openoffice, sudo apt-get -f remove libreoffice-common After doing the above continue with Xubuntu updation.


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From the Excel migration page: Working across spreadsheets, web pages and database data Links created using the prevous examples, including the Navigator’s drag and drop method, do not update automatically. To update them, use Edit > Links > [select the desired link] > Update. The update works from the saved file – so if both files are open ...


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Try changing the image's anchor: There are various options available - to paragraph/character generally works: Anchoring images You can anchor images as a character or to a page, paragraph, or character. The method you choose depends on what you are trying to achieve. To Page The image keeps the same position in relation to the page ...



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