On April 26, 2014 10:42:53 AM PDT, Tanstaafl wrote:
16 years? Yes, that is ANCIENT in computer/software terms, for both hardware AND software.
It might be old, but that does not mean "no longer used".
Ideally, the extension to import those file formats would have been released prior to ripping the
code out of LibO.
Those that don't undertstand why sofware that is 15+ years old is still used, perhaps need to
revisit why software shouldbe designed as if it will be used for the next century.
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Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: CONVERTING A MICROSOFT TEMPLATE TO BE USED WITH LIBRE OFFICE · pete nikolic
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