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On Fri, Nov 12, 2010 at 12:12 AM, Chris Carpenter <> wrote:
On 11/11/2010 10:40 PM, Javier J. Vallejos Martínez wrote:


I installed Ubuntu 10.10 64bits and I have a problem when with OpenOffice
3.3 I want to save any file as .doc the application does not response and
have to close it. I can save as .docx but I need to save like .doc.
know how can I resolve this problem? I downloaded LibreOffice but I have a
similar problem, when I want to save like .doc the application close it.

Sorry for my english ;-)

Thank you!!!!

Well, I am not able to reproduce your issue with Debian Testing 64-bit. Is
it just complex documents that are not successfully saving, or have you
tried simple documents with just one or two words as well?

I routinely use LO for books I'm writing, and while they aren't
particularly complicated, they are long and contain a number of
different paragraph styles, fonts, emphases, etc.  I occasionally get
oddball conversion funnies, like italicized words or phrases that are
not italicized in the .doc file, but other than that it seems to work

I never had a problem with this in OOo (3.2.1 and earlier), not even
with embedded images, frames and fancy formatting "things."  The .doc
files don't look the same in Word, but that's not surprising (or


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