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Two points: 

1) LibreOffice only started embedding fonts in ODF files in version 4.1
(released in July 2013); MS Office files have had this ability for YEARS. In
my opinion ODF files are NOW starting to be useful as an editable file
exchange format.

2) Advocating ignoring MS files only makes sense on a personal basis. Por
companies that is absurd. Maybe academia could start that movement but it
will take time before it reaches the companies...

My 2 cents.

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