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Old 08-09-2008, 07:23 AM   #1
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changing default office format of openoffice to ms office compatible format

i searched in google and they say you can change the default save format of open office through tools -> option -> general tab -> load save and change to microsoft compatible formats i a drop down that can be found there.

But the funny thing is that dropdown box is MISSING. the load save game is empty with no option in it. how can i change the default save format?. im using ubuntu hardy heron. Thank you
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It is in the tools -> option -> load save -> general tab



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