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Thanks, clear enough.

We're really in that final stage or proofreading that the formatting is an
integral part, so it cannot be avoided, but yes, I'm in control of the
formatting. And yes, in the end we're going to PDF the final product.

On Mon, Apr 16, 2012 at 10:42 PM, Brian Barker <>wrote:

At 09:33 16/04/2012 -0400, Rogier F. van Vlissingen wrote:

The provenance of these files is they were started as .odt, and then
converted to .doc for my collaboration partners who are still using []
msword. While in the first file the problem was mysteriously solved, in
subsequent files it is happening again, and in fact the only way for me to
preserve the hanging indents is to work in .odt.

Are your partners really collaborating in the *formatting* of your
document, or are you just all collaborating on the content?  If the latter,
you could exchange the material as plain text, leaving the formatting until
the content was settled, and then apply necessary formatting later.  Use
styles and this could be quick.  And you may be able then to distribute
what you need as PDF.

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

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