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On 2013-08-26 3:49 PM, Satish Srivastava
On Tue, Aug 27, 2013 at 12:12 AM, Tanstaafl <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
On 2013-08-26 12:49 PM, saraysri . <email@example.com> wrote:
So please give me solution for this because users have multiple fils. they
can not save as all files in .doc formats.
Have everyone buy Microsoft Office 2013.
Seriously. This is the only real 'solution' that you can implement right
As has been pointed out, even older versions of Microsoft's own software
has trouble with the newer file formats between the different versions...
No dear we never go with microsoft. I got a beautiful open source tool
when you install this tool in your system it automatically detect our
target file(docx) & when you open this it convert open office format(odt).
The tool name is odf-converter-integrater.
open source have biggest power just trust them.
You were asking for a *solution* for *badly translated* documents.
odf-converter-integrator will absolutely produce *badly
Again... the *only* way to guarantee that documents open and look the
same is if everyone in the loop is one the exact same version of the
exact same software.
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