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The OpenOffice.org master document feature seemed to work fine several
versions ago, but apparently was somewhat broken with the update to
the 3.x series. I, too, am told it is to be fixed quite soon.
By the way, has Word's master document feature *ever* worked
properly--and is anyone at Microsoft addressing its historic problems?
If so, once they get that fixed, could someone ask them to please fix
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: "Edgar D' Souza" <edgar -dot- b -dot- dsouza -at- gmail -dot- com>
> According to content on the Net, OpenOffice 3.1 is supposed to be able
> to handle DOCX files. However, Sarah Stegall has reported, on this
> list, having major problems with the master document feature in OOo
> Writer 3.1; that is supposed to be fixed in 3.2. If you don't use the
> master documents feature, you might want to try out OOo 3.1's support
> for DOCX.
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