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How to remove 2 edge lines on selected image exported to jpg/gif

If I draw an image in Libre Office Draw, select it, export selected, to a gif or jpg file, the resulting picture file has faint edges on 2 sides of the image (one horizontal underneath, one verticle on the right hand side).

They are like a faint shadow has been applied. They are where the shadow would be if I had chosen shadow, but I haven't chosen shadow. I cannot work out why they are there or how to get rid of them.

How to remove 2 edge lines on selected image exported to jpg/gif

If I draw an image in Libre Office Draw, select it, export selected, to a gif or jpg file, the resulting picture file has faint edges on 2 sides of the image (one horizontal underneath, one verticle on the right hand side).

They are like a faint shadow has been applied. They are where the shadow would be if I had chosen shadow, but I haven't chosen shadow. I cannot work out why they are there or how to get rid of them.

EDIT 20190520-08.20MESZ ebot transfer an answer from OP

@ebot

Yes, that is exactly what I see, the shadow as depicted in your reply. In Windows Explorer this is what they look like.

The problem is I import the images into pdf and doc files and the shadow shows the same in the pdf or doc. I don't want a shadow in these files. Though the shadow shows only on screen, not when printed which is good.

If it is Windows, how do I stop it happening?

How to remove 2 edge lines on selected image exported to jpg/gif

If I draw an image in Libre Office Draw, select it, export selected, to a gif or jpg file, the resulting picture file has faint edges on 2 sides of the image (one horizontal underneath, one verticle on the right hand side).

They are like a faint shadow has been applied. They are where the shadow would be if I had chosen shadow, but I haven't chosen shadow. I cannot work out why they are there or how to get rid of them.

EDIT EDIT 20190520-08.20MESZ ebot transfer an answer from OP

@ebot

Yes, that is exactly what I see, the shadow as depicted in your reply. In Windows Explorer this is what they look like.

The problem is I import the images into pdf and doc files and the shadow shows the same in the pdf or doc. I don't want a shadow in these files. Though the shadow shows only on screen, not when printed which is good.

If it is Windows, how do I stop it happening?