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    Default OpenOffice and Office2007 question

    Hi all,

    Does OO that comes with opensuse11 open office2007 extensions (docx, etc...)?

    If not, what would I need?

    Thanks,

    Heeter

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    Default Re: OpenOffice and Office2007 question

    It does, actually. The formats all originated with Office 2003, and are cross-compatible with OOO from 2.3 up. I save my documents (from Word 2007) in the format of Word 97 (DOC format) not because of issues with OO, but with older versions of Office (specifically, 2000 and earlier).

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    the docx problem has been long since solved, but someone needs to take Mr Gates and line him up against a wall. What a looser.
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    Default Re: OpenOffice and Office2007 question

    caf4926 wrote:

    >
    > the docx problem has been long since solved, but someone needs to take
    > Mr Gates and line him up against a wall. What a looser.


    Yeah, but he can capitalize and spell.

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    Great,

    Thanks for the responses


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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Smits View Post
    caf4926 wrote:

    >
    > the docx problem has been long since solved, but someone needs to take
    > Mr Gates and line him up against a wall. What a looser.


    Yeah, but he can capitalize and spell.

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    (Robert Smits, Ladysmith BC) * connections, all alike.....
    Heh.

    Personally, I like the .docx format (in comparison to .doc). I think they must compress the text, because the file size seems to be smaller most of the time.

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