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Hi :)
Sorry for the slooooow response!  It seems you are not properly subscribed
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I don't know why copy&paste is not working between the two formats.  You
should be able (from either file) to choose 
File - "Save As ..." 
and then save the whole file in the other format.  It might be easier to
then copy&paste between the 2 files?  or just delete out all the ones you
don't want and then add any new ones in or something like that.  

Apols and regards from
Tom :)

Stephan P. wrote
Hi guys,

I came across a strange problem in Impress yesterday and I'm wondering if
anyone has ever heard of this:

I'm trying to copy a few slides from a PPTX to a ODP file.  I open both in
LO (3.6.1, WinXP/Win7), and when I try to copy individual, whole slides
from the PPTX to the ODP file with Crtl-C and Ctrl-V, there are some that
don't get copied, but another one gets copied instead.

For instance, I can copy slide #3 from the PPTX to the ODP file, but if I
try to copy slide #4, slide #3 gets pasted instead. Slide #5 would get
copied and pasted normally again. 

Any idea what's going on?

Thanks for pointers, 
all the best,


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