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Hal Vaughan-2 wrote
1) There is not yet any LibreOffice for Android or iOs

There is AndrOpen Office. It's not the same as LO but it supports viewing
and editing ODT files.

Hal Vaughan-2 wrote
2) It defeats the purpose of any encryption if a person can open the file,
then save it in any format
3) It allows someone to open the file, make changes, and do what they want
with it.

Then you really need PDF or maybe epub (apparently it also supports
encryption and DRM). Google is your friend ;)


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