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Yes it's certainly possible with LibreOffice. In LibreOffice Writer, click Insert > Object > Formula In the window that opens at the bottom type in the formula as follows %PI^1_1 Here's a screen shot LibreOffice also comes with a separate Math application, which can also be used to create formulas. There's further documentation here on the using ...


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Huh... recreate an Indd document with another software?! "Headache is coming" :-) That said, you can export Indd stories in RTF format, which carries styles. Not sure about which properties will be retain. For sure, not all of them, you'll have to experiment... To export all stories as RTF files, run the ExportAllStories.jsx script from the Scripts panel....


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I don't think there's a direct path from INDD style to anything else, even other Adobe products. They are essentially embedded within the INDD document. You might have better luck with the XML from a saved .idml document. (Just choose IDML in the InDesign Save As window) You can examine the IDML file and see the styles in XML form... This image shows ...


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The problem with your approach is that as soon as you get a new printer, you need to recreate every asset. So you want a printer that is a slave to your process, not the other way around. You will never get exact color, but the best way to handle this is to calibrate your monitor (rent a monitor calibration device from a photography shop) and ensure that ...


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The font family you've got doesn't include optical sizes: Pardo's family which added bold weights only uses the 12pt optical size. EB Garamond 08 is a totally separate set of fonts, which only exist in Duffner's original version. You can download them here. The files to install are otf files EBGaramond08-Regular, EBGaramond08-Italic and EBGaramondSC08-...


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Not sure what's the problem, but in Windows you select a few adjacent cells and right click. One of the options is to Merge the selected cells. The lower table is the result. Merge is also in Format > Table menu. I have Libre Office Draw 6.2.2.2


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Generally home/office printers can only print RGB image files. The artwork for professional printing is often made in CMYK. So that may be your problem. Make sure the images your are printing are not in CMYK. If necessary ask your designer to provide RGB versions of the files.


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