About that standard: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd946767(v=office.12).aspx
How much longer do you think that a lowest common denominator format (97) will be generally used?
Anyway, for the time being it's working, and you have your solution.
"Those who are well have no need of a physician, but those who are sick..."
On 18 Jan 2014, at 4:15 pm, Doug <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On 01/17/2014 09:25 PM, Peter West wrote:
I think the best solution to your problem is to buy a copy of Microsoft Office.
So his fame spread throughout all Syria...
I do not like Microsoft Office. I think it is a PITA, and I have thought so since I was using
WordStar! But a standard is a standard, and whether you like it or not, the old 1997
.doc format is that standard, as nearly as there is one. LIve with it!
On 18 Jan 2014, at 7:49 am, Doug <email@example.com> wrote:
Is there a way to make Libre save in MS Word 1997-2003 .doc format as
If so, how?
Using version 4.1.
Yes, click on Tools>Options>Load/Save>General and make your selection there.
Thanx for the advice, Tom, but MS 1997-2003 .doc is readable by EVERYBODY,
even people who don't have MS Office 2013. I don't care if I ever see .odf again!
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