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On 18/08/2013 at 18:01, Krunoslav Šebetić <> wrote:

what happens 
when I send "zotero odt" to some one who doesn't have it installed? Does 
bibliography shows as it should?

Yes. Citations are just fields (each field in LO has plain-text fallback value, 
so it does not have to be recalculated and can be displayed by software not 
understanding it). Bibliography is plain text in section.

The hard part starts when you want the other person to change your document 
and change existing citations. Then, they have to use Zotero. And you must 
either share your library with them, or save Zotero data with each citation 
(might be slow on larger files).
Best regards
Mirosław Zalewski

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