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Keith Curtis wrote:
The problem with building a reader is that it would be about the same size
as LibreOffice. OpenDocument is very different from PDF. For those who can't
install LO, they probably can't install the reader either.
Perhaps separating the modules of LO so that users could download and install only the parts that they actually want, for instance I NEVER use spreadsheets and probably never would use any part of the LO package other than Writer. There is a small chance that I might use the database, but the rest of it never.
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