On 04/19/2012 12:26 PM, e-letter wrote:
It depends on the OS, if Linux you can not use MSO because there is no
MSO version available. Also, it was not stated how the file was obtained
or created. I use Linux and often must open a MSO file so accurate file
conversion is always a potential, nagging issue.
On 19/04/2012, 邱长明<email@example.com> wrote:
It's different open with windows
I'm think your must fix this bug
No, libreoffice is not microsoft!
If you want to use microsoft, go and buy their software.
Also, unstated but implied is whether a Windows/MSO machine is even
Mac users may also be in the same position, no MSO installed or
available and they have a file they need/want to open that is in a MSO
Stop assuming the user has access to MSO, many do not. And many are sent
or must download files in MSO formats because others are too lazy/stupid
to provide alternate formats.
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