Ive been trying to add an extension to edit pdf files in open office. I get the error " Loading component library failed" I've tried 3 or 4 times with. PDF, extension, mail, extension, merge, extension, multiple, extension, print, Ho provato ad installare la vs estensione su Ubuntu che. This PDF Import is an extension or addon to the office suite OpenOffice. To get this extension to work, install the office suite before you install.
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The PDF Import Extension allows you to import and modify PDF documents. Best results with % layout accuracy can be achieved with the. If you are using Apache OpenOffice or later, you must use another version: PDF Import for Apache OpenOffice. The PDF Import Extension. soundofheaven.info and the seagull logo are registered trademarks of The Apache Software Foundation. Other names appearing on the site may be trademarks of.
Use thereof is explained in our trademark policy. The files open in a small unreadable format in Draw, and wont edit fill out the forms. Submitted by Anonymous not verified on 30 October, - Error notes: All the best, Pete. User feedback: Submitted by Anonymous not verified on 12 November, -
I like the fact there is no cost for the openoffice but it is not as easy to understand for me. I found two that have free 30 day trials that worked perfectly if only i could afford to purchase.
First off, I am running Windows 7 Home Premium. I downloaded this extension and attempted to install it via the Extension Manager in OpenOffice 3.
When I attempt to Enable this extension I get the following error:. Any ideas what might be wrong and what needs to be done to correct this problem would be greatly appreciated!
I wonder if anyone else is seeing this: Open it , make no changes at all, export with all defaults on the PDF export properties page, and save as a new PDF file. When I open that file in a recent copy of Acrobat the modifications appear just where you'd expect them but the image the the importer produces from the PDF has been shifted either right to the bottom of the page or all the way off! I can actually grab it and drag it back up to the top of the page!
This doesn't happen on all computers and only for some PDFs--I haven't found the common properties that determine the outcome. This extension does not work on win7, it messes up the pdf layout and changing the text format. After opening an pdf in open office, the pdf looks terrible.
Not worth waisting time om this extension, it simply does not work. The text lines are shifted, letters are expanded Thats not only a problem of displaying on the screen, it looks also disorderd on the print This is a LONG comment with a lot of steps, but if you read and follow it carefully you should be able to use this extension on a Mac with no problems. These steps worked great for me.
I don't frequent this site, so if you run into problems, just go through the steps again.
The most important thing is doing Step 7 correctly so that the extension is placed in the correct folder. Here's how I get this extension to work. Download the oracle-pdfimport. Single-click the OpenOffice.
You will now see all the folders and files that are used by the OpenOffice. Continuing from Step 4, in the Finder window you will see a folder named 'Contents'.
Click the arrow to the left of the 'Contents' to expand it and see the folders and files contained within it. Continuing from Step 5, inside the 'install' folder you will probably see a file named 'dict-en.
Now look at the Finder menu bar at the top of your Mac's screen. Click 'File', then click 'New Window'. This will cause a new Finder window to open. Now you have 2 Finder windows open: Move drag each of these 2 Finder windows so that you can see both at the same time on your Mac's screen.
Now, in the new Finder window you opened, navigate to the folder where you downloaded the PDF extension file named oracle-pdfimport. Single-click on the oracle-pdfimport.
Drag the oracle-pdfimport. You should now see at least 2 files in your 'install' folder; both files will have the icon that looks like a puzzle piece. Once you've verified that the oracle-pdfimport. This is just for safety, since you don't want to muck around any further in the window that shows the package contents of the OpenOffice. Now you're done. Because you placed the oracle-pdfimport. Since the new extension automatically loads when the app starts up, you don't have to do anything after the OpenOffice.
It's already loaded and ready to go! Now to test the extension. After you've completed all of the above steps, start the OpenOffice app from your 'Applications' folder, and when it loads, click the 'Open' button on the start-up screen and navigate to a wherever you have a PDF file stored on your Mac. If it's an important PDF file, be sure to make a copy of it before you open it. When the PDF file opens inside the OpenOffice app, whatever text or image you click on will display a box around it; you can choose to either click somewhere inside the box to edit its text, or you can hover your mouse around the box until the cursor changes to a hand and then you can use the hand to drag the 'boxed' text or image to any place you like inside the PDF document.
That's about it. From there, you just have to play around with it to see how you can edit text and move things to your liking. When you're done playing with a file, you can choose to save it or discard the changes you've made.
Hello I just downloaded the extension, but I do not know how it works. I need to alter urgently the text of a pdf file but I do not know how to do this. I have the Apache Openoffice program. Thank you. Is it possible to read annotations markup made using Okular 0. Unable to get this extension to register anymore. After that the PDF importer would no longer register as an extension. I deleted the old copy and downloaded a fresh copy of the extension to try.
The fresh copy had properties showing it was "blocked" so I unblocked it. Still, it would not load and the attempt to install made it as far as the terms of service, then failed with a generic error message.
This problem was reproduceable as I tried to download install a couple of times. I'd also note that the installation failure caused my system to have a serious crash as well, forcing me to use the Task Manager to force-quit the application then reboot the system. At least one crash locked it up sending me to the power button. I note from the web page that this extension is dated Dec so I have to wonder if there have been any updates, or plans to update to assure forward compatibility.
I read here that some other people have been having issues installing under other versions of Windows. I've sent an e-mail to the developer e-mail address above in homes something will be done as I really like this extension and it has saved me on several occasions.
It's simply superb. I edited a page pdf doc with this. It didn't mess up the formatting even a bit. Open the pdf file with Open Office Draw. Select the page from the thumbnails on the left. Edit the text or graphic. Export as pdf. I followed the instructions to create this extension by downloading the zip file and then extracting all the files. Unfortunately the vital file required "oracle-pdfimport. Can anyone advise please. I also got nothing but error messages when trying to download the Mac version of this extension where I'm posting this comment on the OO site.
By foraging around the site for a while I found the Mac version on SourceForge that downloaded correctly via the Mac link on this OO page: The Mac download link I used was this: I haven't tried the extension with Libre Office yet to import and edit some PDFs, so hopefully it actually works. Is there a way of protecting PDF documents that I put on my Arabic tattoo site as I want to put downloadable PDF's on the site but I do not want people downloading the documents and editing them in Open office?
After downloading this extension, I could not figure out how to get it to work. After trying for over an hour and reading and trying these comments, I finally got it to work. Here are the steps I used:. Follow steps to accept the extension. Once I did this, I was very impressed with how easy it was to make the changes needed to my PDF document and how nice it looked, it was just so frustrating getting to that point!!
I need to fill out forms downloaded as PDF files. I am running OO 3. The files open in a small unreadable format in Draw, and wont edit fill out the forms. Tried to tweak OO for several days but just wont work, and often the computer freezes. As many governments use OO and filling out forms is huge in governments, how to do this? If so how to jailbreak? This extension is a pain in the ass to get working. Log in or register to post comments Printer-friendly version. Free Kindle Books.
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