necessary for faithful reproduction (such as fonts) while
forbidding other elements (including forms, security, encryption,
and tagged PDF). If you select PDF/A-1, the forbidden elements
are greyed-out (not available).
Tagged PDF: Exports special tags into the corresponding PDF
tags. Some tags that are exported are table of contents,
hyperlinks, and controls. This option can increase file sizes
Create PDF form - Submit format: Choose the format of
submitting forms from within the PDF file. This setting overrides
the control’s URL property that you set in the document. There is
only one common setting valid for the whole PDF document: PDF
(sends the whole document), FDF (sends the control contents),
HTML, and XML. Most often you will choose the PDF format.
Export bookmarks: Exports sheet names in Calc documents as
“bookmarks” (a table of contents list displayed by some PDF
readers, including Adobe Reader).
Export notes: Exports notes in Writer and Calc documents as
PDF notes. You may not want this!
Export automatically inserted blank pages: Not available in
Initial View page of PDF Options dialog
page (Figure 12), you can choose how the PDF
opens by default in a PDF viewer. The selections should be self-
User Interface page of PDF Options dialog
page (Figure 13), you can choose more settings
to control how a PDF viewer displays the file. Some of these choices
are particularly useful when you are creating a PDF to be used as a
presentation or a kiosk-type display.
Window options section
Resize window to initial page. Causes the PDF viewer window
to resize to fit the first page of the PDF.
Center window on screen. Causes the PDF viewer window to be
centered on the computer screen.
Open in full screen mode. Causes the PDF viewer to open full-
screen instead of in a smaller window.
Exporting to PDF