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Chapter 6. Drawings
Example 6.12, “XML for Bitmap Fill” shows the XML for a bitmap fill. Example 6.12. XML for Bitmap Fill <draw:fill-image draw:name="Wall" ...
Appendix B. The XSLT You Need for OpenOffice.org
Sep 16, 2003 ... Although you may not see anything between those tags, XSLT has inserted some default templates for you. Here are the two most important ones ...
OASIS OpenDocument Essentials
The Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS) recently approved OpenDocument as standard. OpenDocument is “a royalty-free ...
Chapter 9. Filters in OpenOffice.org
Example 9.1, “Sample Club Database” shows an abbreviated file. ... Figure 9.1, “Imported Club Database” shows the OpenOffice.org Writer file that we want as ...
Chapter 6. Drawings
Finally, the thermometer. We are drawing the thermometer in two different segments: the straight part and the bulb. We will use a <draw:circle> for the bulb ...
Chapter 4. Text Documents—Advanced
A frame in an OpenDocument word processing document is much like a section; it’s an independent area of text which may have multiple columns. ...
Appendix C. Utilities for OpenOffice.org Documents
OOoTransform -inOOo myfile.sxw -in content.xml -xsl transform.xslt -outOOo newfile.sxw -out content.xml. And now, Example C.2, “XSLT Transformation for ...
Chapter 4. Text Documents—Advanced
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Chapter 1. The Open Document Format
The OpenDocument format has its roots in the XML format used to represent OpenOffice.org files. .... Text document used as template for HTML documents ...
Chapter 1. The Open Document Format
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