Am 31.08.2012 09:55, zig wrote:
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
No, I don't think it would be useful. There is no way to implement all
the rtf variations of the past with reasonable effort.
ODF is the compatibility format of the future if MS supports ODF half as
good as promised for their latest office suite. ODF is stable, well
documented and it has been designed with compatibility in mind.
For co-operation with older MSOffice versions, doc/xls is the best (but
not perfect) choice.
For compatibility with all desktop systems, PDF is the export format
which guarantees a perfect print out regardless of the creating application.
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