Am 08.06.2012 21:48, Andreas Säger wrote:
OK, I've got to correct myself. Calc can load html directly and I can load
html with some tabular content with LibreOffice 3.3 as well as with 3.5.
Anyway, if the name ends with .xls it is never clear what the true content
is until you load it into a hex editor or until you get some human readable
content in a text editor.
And I've forgot to mention that it is always possible to store anything
loaded into Calc as an ODF spreadsheet. It is the topmost file type in
the save-as dialog.
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