Try downloading the extendedPDF addon for OpenOffice. It gives you the option
of saving in either Acrobat 3,4 or 5. It also converts hyperlinks properly
and uses the headers for making a proper contents bar.
On Friday 22 October 2004 13:20, Gavin McCullagh wrote:
very briefly, does anyone know if OpenOffice can be persuaded to write PDF
Version 1.3 instead of 1.4 which appears to be the default?
A colleague to whom I've recommended OOo is having difficulties as people
keep telling him his PDF is corrupt. The file command informs me that it's
v1.4, so I think they probably just have old versions of acrobat reader.
I can of course do:
for him, but that's not a great solution in general.
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