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At 22:30 12/09/2014 +0200, Stef Bon wrote:
Brian Barker suggested I do convert it first at the university to a format I use (ODF). That's not an option.

No, I didn't suggest that! I suggested using Microsoft Word (where you have it at the university) to save a copy of your .docx as PDF. And I also recommended Mark Bourne's suggestion of converting it there to .doc. Take the result home on a flash drive or e-mail them to yourself. You can display and reproduce the appearance of the PDF at home. You may find that the .doc works better in LibreOffice at home. These *are* options - but you are of course welcome to dismiss them if you wish.

It may indeed be a simple job to persuade your university to require lecturers to make the templates available in either PDF or .doc format instead - or perhaps as well.

Brian Barker

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