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Re: [libreoffice-users] advice
- Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] advice
- From: Cor Nouws <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 28 Dec 2010 16:37:59 +0100
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
bill topp wrote (28-12-10 16:08)
[...] i am a wordsmith, i have little use for
graphics. however my document headings are formatted to give a decent title
page. i found that when i created a simple title page in openoffice and
saved it in .doc format and then opened it with my microsoft word even the
simple text box and drawn black lines came back scrambled. when i opened a
word document in openoffice it looked perfect, but then when i simply saved
it and re-opened it in word it was scrambled again.
i would love to use libreoffice to replace my office 2007. however i need
near to absolute assurance that the document i create is going to be the
document my clients/associates/customers receive and to the best of my
knowledge every one of them will open it with some version of word.
this is far more important to me than any feature no matter what it might
be. i cannot claim to be sending a client a renoir and have them open a
Since you do not use very complicated formatting (that is what you write), 'near to absolute assurance' can de reached if you make the right preparations.
Use styles for headings,
Tables rather then text boxes if you want to have something positioned special. Etc.
Best would be to have some tests with your needs.
Any findings and questions that you can share here, will help others to give more specific advise.
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