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Hi Jim,

On 3/15/2014 4:58 PM, Jim Seymour wrote:

As Italo mentioned LO is backwards compatible with all ODF
specifications. But since LO is pushing the ODF file format, the
current LO implementation is more advanced than the current
approved OASIS standard (e.g. LO supports font embedding)

No offense intended, but that's weasel-word way of saying LO is
Maybe it is just a layman stating what he thinks LO is doing.

My understanding as a normal/basic user of LO is that it supports the different ODF standards which exist, some of them approved by OASIS and others not yet approved.

E.g. in writer you can select the ODF version standard in "Options/Load/Save/General" see also:


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