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Hi Milos,

Milos Sramek schrieb:

I observe that LibreOffice and MS Office display even simple documents,
containing just a few paragraphs with numbered and bulleted lists,
differently. These differences are from both sides: a document is
created in LO, stored in odf and opened in MSO (2013)

Do you mean, that you write to .odt and open the document then in MSO-2013?

Are you writing with ODF1.2 or with ODF 1.2 extended? In case of ODF 1.2 extended, you cannot expect that MSO can read it the same way, because is might contain parts which are specific to LO.

Do you write and reopen the document on the same machine? Otherwise make sure, that you have installed the same fonts on both machines.

 and vice versa:
created in MSO, stored in docx and opened in LO.

I would like to understand the situation and to know
- if it is just a bug (perhaps on both sides)
- if some standard local settings are applied, which result in different
- if it is a fundamental problem residing deep in the ODF and OOXML

If one application writes ODF (without extended) and another application reads this file and shows it with large differences, then there might be errors in the application, but it can be shortcomings in the specification as well. In such cases you should provide sample documents and detailed descriptions, so that it is possible to investigate.

Kind regards

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