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I was able to recreate this with Fedora 20 and LO 4.3.1 - has this been reported as a bug? If not I have an account and I can log it.

A few observations:

 * I don't think this is strictly a landscape issue. The problem occurs
   with portrait also
 * As you mention, the problem occurs with multiple horizontal lines.
   One line is okay
 * If you go through the laborious task of putting blank lines and then
   three dashes, enter,... the document looks okay. A tedious
   workaround if required.


On 24/09/14 08:27, "J. Van Brimmer" wrote:
I'm using on Xubuntu Linux.

I am creating some lesson handouts for a class I'm going to be teaching. I
have to email them to our secretary, who has to read them in MS Office for
The ​documents are formatted in landscape mode.

In the document I enter a short text line, press Enter, then I type in
three dashes, press Enter, and waula, I have a horizontal line for the
students to  write their answers on.
​Sometimes I continue pressing Enter to automatically create as many lines
as I need.
This works fine as ling as I stay in .odt format. But if I save the
document in .doc format, and then open the .doc file in LibreOffice, some
of the horizontal lines are missing. I have tried everything I can think
of, but I can't get all of the lines to "stick" from .odt to .doc format.

I have read the "Help" page here:
​ .
But ​those tips don't work either.

​I am being forced to work in Win​broke using BS Word. Help!

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