[libreoffice-users] Creating High Res Images in Draw or Impress

Stephan van den Akker stephanv778 at gmail.com
Fri Sep 18 04:19:16 PDT 2015

There is a direct export option to png:

1: Choose File -> Export... from the main menu
2: Choose the desired image format (jpg, png, eps, etc) from the File
Format drop down list
3: When choosing png a dialog appears where you can set the resolution
4: Mark the Width and Height
5: Increase the resolution to the desired value.
Notice that the width and height are decreased (Developers logic....)
6: Set the Width and Height back to the original values
7: Press OK

Voila, a high res image of your drawing!

2015-09-18 12:42 GMT+02:00 Zsolt Varga <varga at vodovodsu.rs>:
> Hi,
> I think the only method getting high resolution images from draw is to
> first export the drawing to pdf with checked option ,,lossles compression".
> Here you can also adjust the real resolution of the output file (75, 150,
> 300. 600, 1200 dpi).
> After that you have to import it to Adobe Photoshop or other image
> proccesing program
> and save it as jpg, tiff, etc.
> Regards,
> Zsolt
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