Am 31.05.2012 17:48, jjs wrote:
Hi Dan and Tom,
thank you both for your comments, i appreciate it
True MS can also do weird things.
But i never had to use an anchor in MS word.
So i will try your suggestions and hopefully that will help me out and save
me some frustration ;)
Of course the free open source software is highly appreciated by me !
There is not a single technical reason why anybody should save any
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with OpenOffice.org and its derivatives.
You can not be compatible with something that has been designed for a
maximum of incompatibility despite the "Open" and "Office" and "XML" in
the name. Even if LibreOffice would take up with this pestilence of a
file format, that would be the point were MS would introduce the next
So do us all a favour, ignore all OOXML export (in fact this
anti-feature should not be in this software) and save your work as ODF.
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