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On 14.05.2015 13:37 , Andreas Säger wrote:
Am 14.05.2015 um 19:18 schrieb Brad Rogers:

>Unless I've misunderstood what bunk3m wrote, that resulted in a General
>I/O error.
Ooops. Then LibreOffice can not open that file because the file is not a
pagemaker file, a corrupted pagemaker file or an unsupported pagemaker file.

Try  or find some machine with pagemaker up and
running and let it export your files to whatever suitable.

Thank you everyone for suggestions. I apologize for the delay in testing and replying.

I tried but Pagemaker 6.5 files can't be converted using this service. I am pretty sure this was close to the last version available on the Mac platform.

Where do I find the documentation of which versions of Pagemaker should work with LO? I don't remember reading which versions were designed to work in the docs but it quite likely that I didn't find the right URL.

Since these files are quite old, it is possible that the files are corrupted. I've had them inside a zip archive and tried new unarchived versions with the same result.

I did receive an email from someone regarding submitting the file for bug testing. I seem to have misplaced that email so would you mind sending me the link again? Thanks and apologies.


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