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LO version 3.6.7 - last of its line - and the 4.0.5 or 4.1.0 versions will give you better results for reading/writing the newer MSO formats like .docx.

Every line upgrade tends to be better at using the MSO formats, over the previous lines. You are still using the 3.5.x line. The 3.6.x line released its last version several weeks ago. The 4.0.x line just released the 4.0.5 version today. A few weeks ago the 4.1.0 version came out as well.

So you might have more success with the 3.6.7 or 4.0.5 versions.

I use Ubuntu 12.04 with the MATE desktop environment, instead of Unity. I am now running 4.0.5 [64-bit].

I know that Ubuntu's repository is really behind the current version[s] that are out on the download pages. So you might want to upgrade you version of LO to one of the newer ones.
you can choose which version to download from this link.  I would use 4.0.5.

Tim L.
Manager of the LO NA-DVD .iso project.

4.0.4 NA-DVD .iso file

4.1.0 NA-DVD .iso file

On 08/21/2013 04:44 AM, tamas czovek wrote:
When I convert .odt documents to .doc or .docx the original formatting gets messed up with, in .doc, half the footnotes lost sometimes. How can I prevent this from happening? I use Ubuntu 12.04 and LibreOffice

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