On 10/04/2010 06:45 AM, Nguyen Vu Hung wrote:
On Mon, Oct 4, 2010 at 1:30 AM, Charles Marcus
If a problem document contains information that cannot be shared, the
user either sanitizes it or doesn't share it.
If we have to help MSO users migrating to ODT,
I suggest that we need to focus on
MSO 2007, 2010 -> ODT conversion
and forget about the older MSO formats.
The reasons are
0. Basically the conversion works OK
1. We dont have to enough resoures.
3. MSO formats older than 2007 will fade out
4. Suggest them to keep the files as is, and using ODT when creating new fi
I agree MSO 2007 and 2010 should be the priority, but a big advantage of
LibO could be that it *can* read older formats. Government regulations
and company policies often require documents to be retained for years
and sometimes decades. MSO 2007+ no longer allows opening MSO <97
documents, because it is unable to do so securely. If LibO can open
these older documents, it's one more reason to switch away from MSO.
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