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hi brian, 

        thank u for the "re-saved" copies, but they did not work with

        no way to open them, LIBREOFFICE still asking for ASCII filter and
then freeze. 

        i have to be able to start this *.ppt from the cd, because the
complete cd have to be presented via projector to a crowd, so the idea
with "reburning" was good, but the files do not work. 

        i now uninstalled LIBREOFFICE and installed LIBREOFFICE and everything works fine. 

        best regards from germany 


          Von: Brian Barker <>
 An: Chris Noname <>
 Betreff: Re: [libreoffice-users] Problem with IMPRESS - LibreOffice
 Datum: Fri, 18 Jan 2013 02:41:33 +0100

 At 00:43 18/01/2013 +0100, you wrote:
danke schonmal für deine Antwort. Ich schreibe 
in Deutsch weiter, wenn es Recht ist.

 Sorry, but I don't write German.

 I'm sending you a link (from an alternative 
 address) to two re-saved copies, one saved from 
 OpenOffice, and the other repaired by Powerpoint 
 2007.  Will either of these open in your LibreOffice?

Die Sache ist, dass diese Datei aus der 
Flash-Oberfläche von CD während einer 
Beamer-Präsentation aufgerufen werden muss, 
deshalb müsste ich es irgendwie hinbekommen, 
dass diese Datei sich ohne Umstände während der Präsentation
öffnen lässt.

 Can you copy the files to a new CD but include the repaired .ppt
document file?

 I trust this helps.

 Brian Barker - privately


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