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Whilst macros are beyond my present skill level, I am willing to poke around
in a .XML file.
Having done so, and re-zipped the results, LibreOffice tells me the file is
corrupt - if we assume my edits were valid do you happen to know whether I
have to do anything specific when re-zipping the edited files?  (MS Windows
7 with WinZip or 7-Zip if it makes a difference).
Regards, Andrew.

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