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 (bugs.freedesktop.org)
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
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.
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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