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June 08, 2009

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Isn't it best to export it as svg? Modern browser support it, and it can be conveniently converted to bitmap formats, if necessary...

a nice tutorial.
it will be useful for the beginer.

Hi Nick,

I fiddled with SVG while writing this and it doesn't seem to have much import or export use. It will open up an SVG file in text, with the instructions, if that's any use...

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My aliasing problem with OpenOffice is with the screen display of vector images. I have a logo that consists of a simple graphic and 12 point text which was converted to curves to avoid font substitution. This graphic will be used as a header on Office documents that will be widely distributed to people using both Mac and PC computers and Microsoft Office as well as OpenOffice.

In Microsoft Office the Windows metafile (wmf) looks best on the screen on both Mac and PC and always prints best. The second best is a png file at 600 dpi. These files were created in Corel Draw.

In OpenOffice the wmf vector file is very badly aliased when viewed on the screen, but prints with excellent results as in the other cases.

I have 2 questions: 1) is there any way to control the aliasing in the screen display, and 2) any suggested solutions that will both print well, and produce good screen displays.

Lewis

In OpenOffice the wmf vector file is very badly aliased when viewed on the screen, but prints with excellent results as in the other cases.

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