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On Sun, May 13, 2012 at 1:01 PM, Brian Barker <>wrote:

At 08:50 10/05/2012 -0400, Jomali Noname wrote:

I just open the .docx in LibO, manipulate it in LibO, save it as .odt and
send it back to them as .doc. They never notice, and then it's a .doc

This not a foolproof solution.  There are new functionalities in Word 2007
and 2010, of course, that can be saved in .docx but not in .doc format.  If
the originator of your document has used any of these (whether or not they
understand the problem) some facet of their document will be missing when
you return it to them.  In this case they will notice.  They might not
understand how, but they will know that you broke their document!

Brian Barker

Maybe so, but it hasn't been a problem yet!

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