[Libreoffice-qa] [SOLVED] Re: .odt to .pdf -- file extension question
pedlino at gmail.com
Mon Jan 13 15:34:05 PST 2014
Markus Mohrhard wrote
> No. I think we agreed to use od[stpg].pdf as extension during the export
> hybrid pdf compared to pdf for normal pdf export. It just depends on
> whether you embed an odf document into the pdf or not.
If you did that, then it's not working under Windows...
Deliberately saving as an hybrid pdf does not create a file with a double
IMO a double extension is a not such a good idea, although technically it
might seem like a nice indicator...
Only advanced users will ever take advantage of hybrid documents, and I
think they don't need or appreciate such changes. In addition double
extensions usually trigger anti-virus warnings...
Just my 2 cents...
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