My question is quite technical, but I hope I will have an answer. I need
it very badly... :-
On some documents (Excel .xls) I wish to convert to "Microsoft Excel
2003 XML" I have exactly this bug:
Doing some research, I found out I can make it work if I:
1. convert the document to ODS
2. unzip the ODS
3. run the attached XSLT on "content.xml"
4. zip it back, open it, save it as "Microsoft Excel 2003 XML"
The xslt remove any "table:number-rows-repeated" attributes.
So my question is:
By doing what I describe in this procedure is there a risk to break the
content of the file or to make the file not a valid ODS file?
Thanks a lot!
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