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On 11-9-2014 20:15, Stef Bon wrote:

I got a template.docx of my education institution, and tried to open
it using LibreOffice.

Templates in MS-Word are not stored with the extension '.docx'

I found out too late - after I sent it, I got comments of receiver - that writer
did show the table totally wrong.

Until now I was convinced LibreOffice is a good alternative for MS
Office, but I doubt it very much now. I had to use the (Microsoft
Windows) computers on the school with a recent MS Office to get it

I've been talking with members of parlement about the use of open
source by the government, and was convinced it's a right thing. Now
I'm not so sure anymore.

Based on the assumption that you think a '.docx' is a template, i do not think that your advice will be good.

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