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On 7/24/2012 10:38 AM, Chuck Davis wrote:
To answer your question:  Yes, I send *.odf files to others in a
business setting.  When they tell me they can't open the file I
instruct them to upgrade their office suite to a more modern version
(i.e. buy new licenses) or, alternatively, obtain a (free) copy of
OOo.  I told our accounting firm if they wanted to do our work they
would upgrade to read *.odf files -- and they did.  Cost them some
money for new licenses but they upgraded their MS licenses to read my
Congratulations! I do so wish everyone with such problems would and could handle it the way you have.
David Teague

-- In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice, but in practice there is.

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