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Topic: Bullet points missing
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 74248
From: echidna
Date: 10/15/2002 10:15 AM

Hello.

I used ps2pdf to generate a pdf file from a ps file. The ps file was produced by printing an OpenOffice.org sxw file to file.

The sxi file contains bullet point lists, and this shows up in the ps file but the bullet points are missing in the resulting pdf file.

When I replace the bullet point lists with enumeration lists (i.e a. b. c. or i. ii. iii.) the ps2pdf conversion works perfectly.

I've tried to use ps2pdf on Red Hat Linux 7.3 and Red Hat Linux 8.0 with the same results.

What do I need to do to get the bullet points to appear on the resultant pdf file?

Thanks in advance.


Regards.

Kelvin


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