|02-24-2012, 03:36 PM||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2010
LibreOffice 3.5 odt to mobi problem?
I've recently upgraded to LibreOffice 3.5. Since upgrading, when I attempt to convert a document in odt format into mobi for my Kindle, there are large margins around the headers (e.g. Heading 2), when I preview the mobi file in the E-book Viewer. When I save the odt file as html from LibreOffice, there aren't any large margins visible. When I look inside the odt file, the styles.xml file also doesn't contain any large margins.
Another possible hint is that previously, when converting formats, on the Look & Feel tab, I previously would leave "Remove spacing between paragraphs" unchecked, and my line spacing and indentation from the odt file would be honored. Now, unless I check that box, I get large gaps between paragraphs, even though in my odt document I had an intra-paragraph gap of .02 inches specified.
|02-25-2012, 12:16 AM||#3|
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