Converts the selected object to a polygon (a closed object bounded by straight lines). The appearance of the object does not change. If you want, you can right-click and choose Edit Points to view the changes.
The following options are required to convert a bitmap image to a polygon. The converted image is actually a collection of smaller polygons filled with colour.
Set the conversion options for the image.
Enter the number of colours to be displayed in the converted image. LibreOffice generates a polygon for each occurrence of a colour in the image.
Removes colour polygons that are smaller than the pixel value you enter.
Fills the colour gaps caused by applying a point reduction.
Enter the size of the rectangle for the background fill.
Preview of the original image.
Preview of the converted image. Click Preview to generate the vectorized image.
Displays the conversion progress.
Previews the converted image without applying the changes.