Curiously wondering if you're saying that changing the font will
change the meaning of the text ;-)
surely I've mis-read this message ;-)
From: john Culleton <John@wexfordpress.com>
Date: Thu, 24 Apr 2014 17:15:08 -0400
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Reproducing doc files.
In general I use anything in preference to KDE
Office apps, but a recent instruction received
from a publisher in doc format was read more
accurately in Calligra Word than in Libre Office
Specifically italic type was reproduced in
oversized sans-serif bold face in Libre but was
reproduced in oversized slanted type in Calligra.
I misunderstood the publisher's desires until I
used Calligra. He wants italics which is what I
normally would have used in the particular
situation in an index.
Also in Libre certain bold face passages were
interpreted as larger sans-serif type
which caused some text to over print other text.
Neither program scored 100% but Calligra came
closer. So I will give it a closer look.
Doc format is not my favorite choice of course but
some customers insist on it.
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