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On 06/03/2012 03:03 PM, Felmon Davis wrote:
On Sun, 3 Jun 2012, Brian Barker wrote:

At 18:14 03/06/2012 +0000, Felmon Davis wrote:
I am curious: what happens if one just changes the file extension from .doc to .docx?

Roughly the same as if you call your cat Rover.

Brian Barker

sorry I cut the thread but the OP was concerned about the 'politics' of submitting '.doc' files to people obsessed with '.docx' files so why not just change the extension and meet the 'political' issue but avoid getting one's hands dirty with '.docx' formatting? that was the point of the question. would Word get confused by the extension change?


As the original OP, and did not talk about the .doc/.docx problem, I never gave a concern about this topic.

I do not look to see who started this talk as part of my thread on whether 3.5.4 was ready for business users, or was their too many issues/bugs/etc. still that would be a problem for the business users.

I created the thread on "Sat, 02 Jun 2012 10:46:38 -0400" according to my Sent folder.

SO please do not tell people that the OP is concerned about something when he has not stated it ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

Do not put words into my mouth that someone could make trouble here for me! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

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