Currently, I have an OpenOffice master document that incorporates many OpenOffice sub documents. I like to migrate this setup to Latex. For now, I like to have a migration that is flexible, that allows me to still use OpenOffice for the sub document (besides Latex sub documents). The master document should be implemented in Latex. The master Document contains basically just a cover page and after this the table of content, the illustrations index and the index of table. After this there just comes a number of linked documents. Additionally, the master document should define the footer and heading for all pages, such that we have a uniform look. The heading has to contain a short text including our logo. The footer has to contain the a short text, the page number and the total number of pages plus the print date. The OpenOffice documents can be converted to Latex2e. Then after this I need some method to strip of the page settings such as footer and heading. Beside this, the headings and captions have to be handled somehow on this document. It has to be noted that we use currently heading level 1 to 5. (Well this is a technical document) The sub documents contain text, tables and eps graphics. I am not happy of with the eps rastering in OpenOffice. I like to have a set-up that generates a PDF of the total document without generating rastered versions of the included eps graphics.
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