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October 05, 2007

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Just wanted to let you know that I'm a regular reader - and an avid fan of Open Office. I'm just now beginning to explore the entire suite and have used Draw a few times to create beautiful flyers for my real estate business. Thanks for the tips and the work you put into this blog. It's appreciated!

Thank you for this very useful tip. I would like to add that not all file formats seem to support transparency. I tried a few, and formats that do are gif, png and wmf. Formats that don't support the transparency are jpg, bmp and tiff.

Good point! Yes, png and gif, and thanks for the tip about wmf.

Thank-you, thank-you, thank-you SOOO much! this is indeed little known info.. and as I finally made the move from MS to OOo I was beginning to get jittery when I couldnt figure out one of my main image editing processes... I was on the verge of getting a new MS publisher intil I found this page. and now I am scouring the rest of the site for anymore lesser known design tips...keep up the good work!

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