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On 11/12/2013 08:08 PM, June Newman wrote:
I have libreoffice installed on a mac with os x 10.8.  If I prepare a presentation and put it on a 
flash drive, will it play on a windows computer.  I don't have the right adapter to connect to a 
digital projector, and need to use a windows laptop.


Yes - but make sure to save it in a format that a) you can verify formatting works and b) will work on whatever Windows machine you have to put it on. If the Windows machine only has powerpoint (ie. no LibreOffice), save the file as a ppt, and make sure to check it before using it on a Windows machine to ensure that formatting looks right. Try to check it on a machine that has the same version of Microsoft Office. If you save as the default odp (the open standard which LibreOffice uses by default) there is a good chance you'll get errors if the Windows machine only has Microsoft Office.


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