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[tdf-discuss] Re: Text are truncated after saving document



Sveinn í Felli wrote

Þann þri  5.jún 2012 02:13, skrifaði rei:
I have documents that have been edited with several word processors
(Abiword,
MS. Word, etc.). When I edited, saved, and reopened them using
LibreOffice,
all text in those documents are always truncated, like this one:
http://nabble.documentfoundation.org/file/n3988204/Edited.doc Edited.doc 

If documents' styles and formatting are set to 'Default', the text look
good. However, is there a way to so that I don't need to do this every
time
I open documents? There are a lot of documents like this in my PC and
it's
very cumbersome to  set their styles manually.


LibreOffice Version: 3.5.3.2 
Operating System: Ubuntu 12.04 (64 bit).

Your Default style has a "Fixed" linespacing of 0.18cm,
switching that to "Simple" linespacing (or whatewer a bit
bigger) solves your problem.

Sveinn í Felli


Where does this line spacing come from? Here I attach the original document.
The first time I opened it, it looked normal. However, if it is edited,
saved, and reopened using LO, the text will be truncated.

http://nabble.documentfoundation.org/file/n3988239/Original.doc Original.doc 

I had to set the style / spacing manually so that it became normal again.

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