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Sent: Monday, 15 October 2012, 11:49
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] From MS Word to Writer: keeping my styles, macros, toolbars from
On 11/10/2012, Kyla Robertson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I'm migrating from MS Word (Office 2002 !) to LibO Writer. In Word, my
Normal.dot template contains many, many things: about 150 styles, 250
macros, some auto-insert texts, some custom shortcuts, many toolbars
and custom buttons.
How can I keep this all to use it with Writer?
You can't. Nor should you.
LO is not m$. Create all your styles (not macros, they are terrible
functions to use) in LO, creating native odf files. Perform a
cost-benefit analysis of your time to learn LO, the advantages of odf,
etc. and compare to the cost of using m$ and decide which to use
Do not use LO as a free opportunity to write and create m$ documents.
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