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Yes, it is not a great answer, but it's an answer.
On 4/28/2015 5:13 AM, Ron Crump wrote:
A colleague received a student's assignment in odt format and
was unable to see any of the charts in it when he opened it
in MS Word.
I tried opening it in LibreOffice 126.96.36.199 on a MacPro (MacOSX
10.10.3) and was able to see one of the graphics, but not all
(there are spaces where the charts should be).
I believe the charts were created in Excel (that was what the
classes used), and I guess they were then copied and pasted into
the odt document.
Any ideas what the problem might be and how it could be avoided
in future? Incompatability between OpenOffice and LibreOffice
(no idea what software was actually used by the student)?
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