On 22/04/2014 20:06, Urmas wrote:
For the last 23 years Microsoft Office has changed its format TWICE.
Meanwhile, Libreoffice cannot open its own documents from 2001.
Microsoft has slightly changed the file format for each new release,
although it has never changed the extension. Are you paid by Microsoft?
Only someone paid by Microsoft could say such an incredible lie. This is
not the first time that you say something which is clearly biased in the
typical Microsoft way (i.e. total FUD). I do not think that you are
adding any value here, and IMHO you should be banned from the community
as you are not welcome at all.
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Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: CONVERTING A MICROSOFT TEMPLATE TO BE USED WITH LIBRE OFFICE · Italo Vignoli
Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: CONVERTING A MICROSOFT TEMPLATE TO BE USED WITH LIBRE OFFICE · James Knott
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