On 2013-04-08 17:05:56 +0100, Tom Davies wrote:
Try using the older Doc instead of the DocX. DocX is very variable even between different
versions of MS Office and between those different versions on different Operating Systems.
Pretty much all Doc files (for MS Office 97, 2000, Xp, 2003) look fine in just about any
word-processor. It would be helpful if MS Office users could save as the older format when they
want to share with other people too.
Another suggestion for them is to get up-to-date and install LibreOffice themselves alongside
their MS Office as it is far superior in many way. They can have both on their machines and that
will also allow them to easily read a much wider range of formats more easily. Having both
LibreOffice and MS Office on the same machine makes a lot of sense nowadays. Writer is more of a
proper desktop publishing package than Word and even beats Publisher sometimes.
From: Leonardo M. Ramé <email@example.com>
To: LibreOffice Users Help <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, 8 April 2013, 15:57
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Docx export issues
Hi, I'm using libreoffice 4.0.2 and I'm receiving complaints from Word
2007 users about wrongly placed images in my documents, but they look
ok in Libreoffice's Write. Are there some guidelines I can follow to
avoid problems between Libreoffice Write and Word .docx documents
Thanks Tom, I'll try with the old .doc format.
Regarding your suggestion, I'll ask them if the can install LibreOffice.
Leonardo M. Ramé
Medical IT - Griensu S.A.
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