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On Wednesday, February 20, 2013 12:14:21 PM e-letter wrote:
On 19/02/2013, upscope <> wrote:
Both of the above LO versions have the problem. I can open a .docx
it is all text with no problems. If the document like a new letter I get

.docx format is opened the graphics are missing, or partically there or

set from where they should be.

Tell the source to re-send in odt format, or use google docs to view.
Sources are multiple and all use Win 7 or 8 and versions of MSoffice. Not sure 
they can send a proper .odt document.
I even created a new user and logged in as him, then using SUSE version of
LO4.0.0.3 tried the same document with the same results. Also I just took
Good. You should be sending the newsletter in odt format; most modern
software can view it, otherwise pdf/html should be used.
news letter I send is usually sent as .pdf, so people do not have problem with 
them. Its the inbount newletters and other documents they send as .docx that 
are the problem. Most of the users send me data have no Idea how to convert a 
document of any type. They just use office in it default document type.

Thanks for the response. 
openSUSE 12.2(Linux 3.4.28-2.20-desktop x86_64)|KDE 4.10.00
"release 546"|Intel core2duo 2.5 MHZ,|8GB DDR3|GeForce

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