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I think you will find that a .slk file is a symbolic link file
(equivalent to the linux .lnk) so it won't open directly in Calc. If the
spreadsheet file is at the place where the slk file expects it to be it
should open in Calc. If you deceive it into thinking that the .slk file
is a spreadsheet you should correctly get an error.


On Tue, 2014-10-14 at 17:07 -0300, "Leonardo M. Ramé" wrote:

For some reason bad.xls opens with Writer, not Calc, even when I say
'open with Calc.'
Good.xls opens just fine.

Ubuntu 14.04

Yes!, that's exactly the problem I'm facing.

To clarify, if you rename bad.xls to bad.slk it opens just fine. The 
question is, why good.xls opens without problem?

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