On 04/29/2018 10:23 AM, Tim-L wrote:
There was a question in it about wondering how to get the users of
Linux to save LibreOffice files to Microsoft Word formats.
Why would we want to, unless we had to? The whole point of the Open
Document formats was to be a non proprietary method that anyone can
use. Unlike MS formats, ODF is fully open. Perhaps you should go to a
site called Groklaw and read about all the nonsense with MS forcing
their new spec through ISO, to make it a standard, when even their own
implementation didn't comply with it.
I use ODF formats unless I have a need to use MS, such as uploading
documents to a web site that does not accept ODF.
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