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Hi :)
Supposedly DocX has an advantage in being less vulnerable to malware.  However that is likely to be 
more about perception than reality.  I think both MS formats use the same language for macros.  

You could try "getting back to factory defaults" which might not necessarily be the way it was when 
you first installed LibreOffice

By re-naming, instead of deleting the User Profile, you have the option of renaming back or copying 
parts of the old one back, eg to recover Extensions or Galleries or whatever.  

Regards from
Tom :)

--- On Tue, 13/3/12, Andreas Säger <> wrote:

From: Andreas Säger <>
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Re: malfunction opening docx document
Date: Tuesday, 13 March, 2012, 11:28

Am 12.03.2012 22:39, Maurizio Sapienza wrote:
the attached document when opened
          by Writer 3.4 is totally blank. Using the previous 3.3 release,
          it appeared missing of some formulas (that drove me to install
          the new release). The pdf file is how it appear using Microsoft
          word. Is a matter of some configuration parameter, or some fault
          during installation?Other docx file seem to be correctly managed, so I presume the
          formulas could be the problem.I hope this mail could help somebody to address the 

Things work much better when you exchange .doc rather than .docx with WinWord users. The new MS 
Office file formats are not an option yet. Currently there is no technical reason to prefer docx 
over doc.

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