True but that doesn't help in the real world.
Is tehre any problem with just keeping the original in odt format and then do "Save As ..." to create a
"doc" to share with other people?
--- On Mon, 7/5/12, "Ing. Jiří Hladůvka"<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
From: "Ing. Jiří Hladůvka"<email@example.com>
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Email more than once .doc file
Date: Monday, 7 May, 2012, 8:03
Dne 7.5.2012 6:04, Marc Paré napsal(a):
A couple of users who are using LibreOffice professionally are wondering if it was possible to email their .odt
files through the "File->Send->Email as Microsoft Word" not only one at a time? There are many
occasions where they need to email to contacts but need to send .doc formatted files.
The "File->Send->Email as Microsoft Word" allows emailing .odt files into .doc without being forced
to save the same file into an identical .doc file.
They said that they would really like a function where the "Send->Email as Microsoft Word" that
would allow to do this with more than only one file at a time.
Why should be the LibO a clon from M$ Word?
There is no obstacle for the users to download and install LibO
as an alternative software for reading open document format
if the M$ apps are not able to show o.d.files correctly.
-- Ing. Jiří Hladůvka - REVIDA
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