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On 02/22/2012 06:06 PM, e-letter wrote:
On 22/02/2012, Andrew Douglas Pitonyak<>  wrote:
Using the latest version of LO, I created a document with many graphics.
I was able to save as DOC and graphics were retained. When I saved as
DOCX, all of the graphics were missing. I know, file a bug report.

Why is this important? Unless images are lost after creation of an odf document.

If you were to write to m$ and comment that m$ can create an odf11
document but not an odf12 version, what would be the likely response.

It is certainly not any more important than support for any of the other numerous formats supported by OOo. Interoperability has always been very difficult. What formats would you continue to support.

Note that I am not in a position to dictate to my boss or my companies clients what products they will use. Note that I do have full access to pretty much any MS product that I care to use, so if a MS format is not supported, then I must do all work with a MS deliverable in MS.

My Macro Document:
Off-topic, but takes a long time to load directly from the web via
abiword...daren't try LO...

Is the issue related to download speed or the internal document arrangement? if it is the later, resaving the document with a newer version may help, but I have not touched that document directly in a bit because there was a bug in OOo that caused it to crash. The bug was fixed but never made it into the last OOo release. LO deals with the document just fine, but since the latest version of LO sometimes drops graphics, I am hesitant to touch the document with that either.

Andrew Pitonyak
My Macro Document:

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