XnView might help in Linux with converting to a different high res format
that would importable into LO and yet keep the resolution you require. I
just checked and GIMP would import your .emf file at the resolution you
prefer, with or without anti-aliasing and allow export as a eps or png file.
Of course, this is a temporary solution and direct import of the full docx
format would be preferable.
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