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jonathon wrote:
LibO has to offer templates on its own website.
There are so many microsoft office templates listed on the template
section of the website, that the entire template
section has to be treated as a microsoft office template repository.

I don't know exactly what "template section" you refer to, but the
official repository for templates at only accepts ODF files; of
course, a submitter can "advertise" other repositories in the
description and thus it might happen that some non-ODF files are listed,
but there's no way to download a .doc file from directly.

As I wrote elsewhere in this thread, the best (and only?) way to grasp
the inner workings of is
uploading a template. The procedure will show you how complex and, in a
way, smart the Templates site is. Anyone thinking about
making a new Templates site should really upload a few templates to to have an idea: making a new
one is feasible, but it's a lot more work than one would imagine at
first glance.


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