when exporting a pdf, you are not able to turn on/off the background of a document in this dialog.
To turn on/off the background in an exported pdf, you have to:
- Open the printing-dialog
- Goto "LibreOffice Writer"
- Tick on/off "page background"
- Leave the printing-dialog with "cancel" (because you don't want to print, you want to export an PDF)
- Open the PDF-export-dialog and export the PDF
I saw people found it a bit puzzling to use the printing-dialog to change a setting concerning the pdf-export as well ("why is this not in the pdf-export-dialog"?) and to leave the print-dialog with "cancel" to save the settings without printing ("I have to press 'cancel' to save this setting for pdf-export?").
I think it's just inconvenient if you have to open the printing-dialog to do that. It would be much more confortable to be able to have the "page background"-checkbox available in the pdf-export dialog as well.
It seems that nothing have been done to this "minor" problem yet.
It might be less important for most people, but I do find it quite annoying, and it occurred after version 3.4.
Is it possible to add some kind of settings in MultiSave / MultiFormatSave, which are simple extensions, so the PDF-file ALWAYS include all graphic regardless of the printer settings?
A simple chechbox in Multi(Format)Save window would been fabulous.