I solved the problem following the advise of the first answer (save the
document as .doc) and it is readable in LO,OO and Word.
If you think it can be useful I can post a bug-report
On 08/29/2012 01:41 PM, Tom Davies wrote:
Sorry answers have been unhelpful! I think it's probably best to post a bug-report about it to
help fix whatever went wrong in LO.
As a work-around ... If you still have OpenOffice on your machine then it might be good to just
copy&paste the table from one copy of the rtf into the next version of the rtf & perhaps everything
after the table too if it's still corrupted.
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