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Георги Ламбов
    Hello!
I'm from Bulgaria. My name is: Georgi Lambov. I installed: apachi open
office. The program is good and has opportunities for development. They
make an impression, for example: very good explanations of the
individual program options. I want to share an idea about improving open
office. Because I don't trust microsoft to agree to use the latest file
extensions: I mean .docx, my idea is for a single converter. I was
approached by the converter that the microsoft office word offer so
that, if we have office2003 installed, we can open and save documents in
.docx format. This converter is called: Microsoft Office Compatibility
Pack for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint File Formats. I do not know to what
extent this is possible, but whether an open office converter could also
be created with the help of which documents can also be saved in the
format: .docx? Then the open office program just won't equal itself!
Open office is undoubtedly a great alternative to the microsoft office
word and I really wish this wonderful program could continue to develop.
I read that the program team was not allowed in the documentation and
could not work properly, so the recommendation is to use: libre office.
I guess it's an advertising gimmick because open office is a really good
program.
I would very much like to find an open office shortcut file. It is also
good to refine the search for text in a document. At least it was not
particularly clear to me how I was able to find the text I was looking
for in a relevant document. in addition, you know, open office, and many
other programs, are used by people working on a computer with a screen
reader. In this sense, open office accessibility is enviable. What could
be more done, for example, is when navigating pages, display the number
or page number so that the screen reader can communicate it.
There are probably many other things that can be done to make open
office the preferred office and general work program. I would really
love to see this happen!
Greetings!
Georgi



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Re: some ideas for open office

Bidouille
Hello too!
You are in wrong place for this kind of suggestion.
L10n mailing list is only for translation process.

OOXML Interoperability is discussed on Bugzilla
Enhance existing import filter (lot of issues)
and create export filter
https://bz.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=88355

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> De: "Георги Ламбов" <[hidden email]>
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> Envoyé: Vendredi 20 Septembre 2019 11:36:27
> Objet: some ideas for open office
>
>    Hello!
> I'm from Bulgaria. My name is: Georgi Lambov. I installed: apachi
> open
> office. The program is good and has opportunities for development.
> They
> make an impression, for example: very good explanations of the
> individual program options. I want to share an idea about improving
> open
> office. Because I don't trust microsoft to agree to use the latest
> file
> extensions: I mean .docx, my idea is for a single converter. I was
> approached by the converter that the microsoft office word offer so
> that, if we have office2003 installed, we can open and save documents
> in
> .docx format. This converter is called: Microsoft Office
> Compatibility
> Pack for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint File Formats. I do not know to
> what
> extent this is possible, but whether an open office converter could
> also
> be created with the help of which documents can also be saved in the
> format: .docx? Then the open office program just won't equal itself!
> Open office is undoubtedly a great alternative to the microsoft
> office
> word and I really wish this wonderful program could continue to
> develop.
> I read that the program team was not allowed in the documentation and
> could not work properly, so the recommendation is to use: libre
> office.
> I guess it's an advertising gimmick because open office is a really
> good
> program.
> I would very much like to find an open office shortcut file. It is
> also
> good to refine the search for text in a document. At least it was not
> particularly clear to me how I was able to find the text I was
> looking
> for in a relevant document. in addition, you know, open office, and
> many
> other programs, are used by people working on a computer with a
> screen
> reader. In this sense, open office accessibility is enviable. What
> could
> be more done, for example, is when navigating pages, display the
> number
> or page number so that the screen reader can communicate it.
> There are probably many other things that can be done to make open
> office the preferred office and general work program. I would really
> love to see this happen!
> Greetings!
> Georgi
>
>
>
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