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Am 02.03.2012 23:41, Roger Sawkins wrote:
Well, having had your little spat I see we have got back to suggestions as to
what I might do about my problem.

Bear in mind I am new to this game. There is a suggestion of reporting a
"bug". I realise there is a link for that, but what is the best way? Should
I include a sample of a Ppt conversion (and vice versa) with examples of the
problems, or just list them.

Incidentally, there has been some comment about the 'different fonts on
different machines'. I am using Times New Roman (plain and bold) and as far
as I know that is available on any Windows machine, so presumably that is
not causing the problem.


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Thank you for the feedback.
First register, then log-in and give a short description of your problem. Submit the report and finally attach the .ppt in question. Don't hold your breath. This type of conversion flaws is a never ending story because of the special ways how MS software interacts with their own specific file formats. This is supposed to be incompatible with anything else. That's how they run their big business.


P.S.: I forgot to mention another solution which adds full ODF compatibility to MS Office:

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