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Just a heads up that the user list is not the appropriate place to report bugs. If you are asking for advice - good place to be, if you are finding bugs you should report on our bug tracker ( as very few developers actually check the user list (they are just too busy to do so).

Also, as for the silently stripping out encryption - that's good to know that it's been resolved. I am relatively sure that LibreOffice had the issue at one point also.

All the best,

On 11/23/2013 05:01 AM, william drescher wrote:
On 11/23/2013 12:50 AM, Robert Baker wrote:

1) There is no way (that I have found) to insert the date and time as text;
the only option is to insert them as a field, meaning that the next time
the document is opened, the date and time shown would be when it was
re-opened, rather than when it was last edited which is what I want. I had
to take the file back into MS Word just to add the date and time, but I
want to be rid of Word.

The simple way of adding a date: Insert->fields->date will add a date that does not change. You have to go through a few more steps to get a date that is current when the file is opened.
So, no problem with this one.

I will leave the other questions to those that are more expert.


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