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At 09:36 04/02/2014 +0100, Morel BĂ©renger wrote:
Is it possible to have a diff between 2 .docx files in libreoffice? I am not fond of office suites, but at my work they sent me an outdated document describing what I have to do, and when I asked about some "details" ( or errors, in fact ) in it, they sent me a different ( but still with errors... ) version of the same document.

As has been suggested, try the Compare Document facility:
o Open the newer document.
o Go to Edit | Compare Document... .
o Browse to and insert the older document.

You can accept or reject the identified changes, or cancel the dialogue if you wish merely to view them.

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

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