On Wed, 1 Jun 2005, Ciaran Costelloe wrote:
> Sorry that I did not make myself clear: I _was_ talking about OO2
Damn, what a shame.
> I think it was build 1.9.79. I should also have mentioned that I
> was talking about it on Windows rather than Linux.
Ok - AFAIK there's no difference. (The OO I was talking about was
without much doubt on Solaris ;) ).
To be honest, a lot of this is simply due to cruddiness of powerpoint
format. Not even MS seem to have much clue about their own file
>From a long term POV, it'd be good if users could be weaned off
their crack. The OO format for example is supported quite well by at
least one 3rd party tool (OO presentation viewer - cant remember the
name). Difficult task though.
Paul Jakma paul at clubi.iepaul at jakma.org Key ID: 64A2FF6A
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