I followed your emails and this last one with your process.
I can offer my input as to Windows 7. I am using Windows 7 Ultimate
64bit, all up to date with jre-7u21, both 32bit and 64bit installed
(this should not be an issue though as covered by many emails posts, LO
is reducing it's need for Java support). I was testing LO 4.1 so I have
LO 220.127.116.11 stable installed alongside LO 18.104.22.168 RC3, following the
online guidelines on installing two LO versions without clashes.
I did each step posted below and created the .docx document. I was able
to open it with no incident whatsoever, so it might either point to a XP
/ LO problem under 32bit, or something you have installed in XP causing
Hope this helps to iron out some of your issue.
On 28/07/2013 07:52 PM, Tanstaafl wrote:
On 2013-07-26 4:57 PM, Girvin R. Herr <email@example.com> wrote:
I do not know the correlation of versions between LO and AOO, but today
I got the following two security reports from the AOO users forum:
Not sure if this was even remotely close to my reported problem.
1. Upgrade to 4.1 (Windows 32bit XP Pro sp3 fully up to date)
2. Open Writer, create a new text document with the word 'test' in the
3. Save as .odt file.
4. Open file (opens fine).
5. Save As > .docx file.
6. Attempt to open the file - encounter General I/O error.
Haven't tested on Windows 7 yet, but will in a bit...
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