On 28/02/2012, Roger Sawkins <email@example.com> wrote:
I have Powerpoint on one machine and LibreOffice on another. I want to be
able to edit and save PowerPoints on either machine. However, when loading
Ppt in Presentation it does not always convert font and layout properly.
Occasional tabs or spaces are missing or duplicated; occasional text boxes
have text outside the slide, etc.
Your are wasting your time. Make a cost-benefit analysis and decide
whether to use either LO or m$; do not bother trying to use both.
Then when I then save the presentation as ppt it changes the font, for
example, from bold to basic and shows tabs or spaces (see above) as missing.
This is because m$ has no desire to use odf. To prove the point,
create an odp (two versions, one odf11, another odf12) document using
LO. Open the odp document using m$. Send details of the changes to the
odp file that m$ causes, to m$ technical support. Tell us the results
of your contact with m$.
Is there some way of ensuring that the conversions are consistent and
presentations can be switched back and forth?
Never in a million years.
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