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On Thu, 1 Mar 2012, e-letter wrote:

On 01/03/2012, Dag Wieers <> wrote:
On Tue, 28 Feb 2012, e-letter wrote:
On 28/02/2012, Roger Sawkins <> 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
Ppt in Presentation it does not always convert font and layout properly.
Occasional tabs or spaces are missing or duplicated; occasional text
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.

Are we being rude today ?

No we are asking a sensible, direct question.

There is nothing sensible in spelling Microsoft as 'm$', being condescending to users and force your opinions on others.

We all like to have ODF as _the_ standard, and preferably everyone in the world is using LibreOffice (and for compatibility _only_ LibreOffice), but here is a reality check: the world is not nearly there...

-- dag wieers,,
-- dagit linux solutions,,

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