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Old 10-08-2012, 06:51 AM   #2
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Those charts probably use a newer version of SVG (v1.1, I think), and your e-reader's software may only support the basic v1.0 without text. Hence, the green rectangles.

PDF is a nasty thing to convert properly, in any format and not just another PDF. Unless it's a tagged PDF, you'd be better off converting the .odt into PDF. For this, use the latest version of OpenOffice, and LibreOffice (v3.4.1 and v3.6.2 right now).

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since my version of Word does not have that facility I opened the document in OpenOffice
Please don't use .docx in open-source Office suits. Support was not that great the last time I tried. For .docx, use Word 2007 or newer. Adobe Acrobat integrates fine with it and comes with a 30 day trial period.
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