[Scribus] Was 'Massive HeadAche' now exporting the quick way Spreadsheet graph objects
Mon Feb 20 15:42:09 CET 2006
I see what you mean! soooo close!
I saved the Calc table as a SVG but when i import the svg into scribus, i
get a warning that says "svg file contains some unsupported features".
i appreciate your help!
On 2/20/06, Julian Robbins <julian.robbins at q-par.com> wrote:
> >I am trying to work within Scribus with Tables,
> >My company publishes a 4 page flyer with almost 350 line items in it,
> >Life would be grand if i could import my items from Excell or Math, into
> >table set up to show, a part number, a MFG, a short description and a
> >Right now it looks like i will be placing a text box for each field i
> >as the Tables in Scribus seem to be linked text boxes.
> >A step and repeat command for Windows versions of Scribus would be grand
> On a slightly different point. I noticed very something useful the other
> day, (perhaps I can put in the wiki if I get time). If you have a graph
> in a Spreadsheet, it's quicker to open the file in Gnumeric (there is
> also a Win port of this too ;-) ), then right click the graph or table,
> then just click save as SVG (Vector).
> Then in Scribus, File-Import the SVG file and you have a perfect vector
> version of the graph. Using Gnumeric is MUCH quicker then OO, and still
> quicker then the 'open in OO Calc, and then copy to OO Draw then save
> file route' already suggested.
> Trouble is this only works for Charts ....
> Any comments ???
> Kind Regards,
> Julian Robbins
> Applications Engineer
> julian.robbins at q-par.com
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