LO can generate files that are MSO compatible. Occasionally, there are
problems with MSO files with a complex structure. Also, MSO 2013 will
read the ODF files version 1.2 which is the current ODF standard. LO
uses ODF as its default format.
Do you have a specific requirements that you want addressed?
The major compatibility issue is LO does not use the same macro language
as MSO (Visual Basic for Applications - VBA).
On 03/13/2014 08:50 PM, Hamida Begum wrote:
is the program compatible with microsoft office?
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