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On 06/15/15 13:45, Italo Vignoli wrote:
On 15/06/15 12:47, Andreas Säger wrote:

Yes, this is exactly what I mean. If a product offers to write some
foreign file format, it should do it fairly well or not at all. On this
tiny mailing list there are too many reports about faulty OOXML export.

LibreOffice exports OOXML for interoperability purposes, to serve users
(who are not knowledgeable about file formats).

Just trying to cut down the flame and bring the discussion back to its root: I think we are talking about *reading* (not writing) OOXML.

The fact that the same file, when imported wrong, can be closed and reopened fine should confirm this.

 bye & Thanks

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