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On 12/12/21 3:02 pm, Chris Whitworth wrote:
> As a committed "end user" I agree totally.  I have only used Linux since
> Windose 98 broke my computer.  However I write academic papers and give
> presentations at conferences.  I am paranoid that my Libre-Office output
> will be rejected or break when I complete tasks and send them to the
> Microcrap world,  So far, I have always managed to test my work on a
> Microcrap machine, but it is unnecessary hassle.  I understand that their
> products are not cross compatible too.  That is an opportunity for us
> surely?

I have a question for you. Which formats of LibreOffice work in MS Office?

I sent an ODS file to someone which they cannot open.

Ravi Dwivedi
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