On 02/11/2012 12:27 AM, Pedro wrote:
You can try opening the file with an archive manager, the odt file is a
compressed archive with an xml data file inside.
I'm not sure if the problem is with track changes. Your paper is also full
of Mendeley references and I have no idea how well LibreOffice handles
Given your apparent calm (and the name of the file) I think that you have
previous versions of this Draft so I would recommend going back to one of
them (even if you loose some revisions).
Unless someone on this list knows of a fantastic trick to repair/recover an
un-openable ODT file...
I can confirm that the same problem happens under Windows XP Pro x86 SP3
Good luck with your paper ;)
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