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Re: [tdf-discuss] The Microsoft Word 2007 XML(*.docx) format does not correctly save numbering edits.


On 04/09/2011 09:31, e-letter wrote:
On 02/09/2011, M Robinson<mr.m.robinson@gmail.com>  wrote:
LibreOffice 3.4.0
OOO340m1 (Build:12)

        I've tried this repeatedly, when I generate lines of text, number them
(F12), delete every other line number, save in Microsoft Word 2007 XML
(*.docx) format the results are always the same when viewed in MS Word
2007: the numbered lines with deleted numbers are no longer indented.
However, the Open Office XML Text (*.docx) format does correctly save
the file and appears as expected when viewed in MS Word 2007.

These typical m$ queries are irrelevant to LO. If you want to create
m$ documents, get money out of your pocket and pay for m$o. If the
expected and desired behaviour occurs with the native odt format, then
LO is good.

Unfortunately they aren't irrelevant. If only life were that simple. Whether or not you have a copy of MSO, to communicate with other people and companies it is frequently necessary to write .doc or .docx files. The original message is good information towards making that process better.

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Mike Hall
www.onepoyle.net


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