Yes, my Microsoft Office is legal. (Just happened that many other people use it.)
I think it is an interoperability issue.
I searched the Internet and looked for documents randomly to test if LibreOffice can open them.
This is the authentic test.
I cannot contact the author since the document was downloaded randomly.
If Microsoft Office opens the .doc files correctly, LibreOffice should also open them correctly.
If Microsoft went bankrupt, what office suite would be able to handle thousands of .doc files?
Then, the data in the .doc files would be lost if no other office suite was able to open them, I am
Not many people like converting .doc files into .odt files, I am afraid.
C. H. D.
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主題︰ Re: [libreoffice-users] Bug 60390 - FILEOPEN: Cannot open particular document
On 11/02/2013, C. H. D. <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I cannot open a particular file in LibreOffice, but I can open it in
Good for you; your copy of m$ is legal?
I would appreciate it if you take a look.
Not a bug, unless the original document was created in odf. Did you
contact the author and explain that the document cannot be opened in
LO? What did the author say?
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