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From "F C. Costero" <fjcc.apa...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Reporting a problem with the OpenOffice website
Date Tue, 03 Jun 2014 04:36:06 GMT
On Mon, Jun 2, 2014 at 4:53 PM, Roberta Yule Owen <ryowen@nc.rr.com> wrote:

> well, sort of -
>
> I have been using OpenOffice for some time and now have version 3.0.  I
> did not know that Apache has taken over OpenOffice, and I have a few
> questions:
>
> Is Apache 4.1.0 the latest version of what I already have?
>
> If I install Apache 4.1.0, will it upgrade my present 3.0 or will it
> install a completely different system, so that I would have to delete the
> 3.0 myself?
>
> I normally save my documents as .doc - is that still possible with 4.1.0?
>
> Is a .doc usable (edit, etc) with 4.1.0?
>
> My OpenOffice documents are .odt - does 4.1.0 still use that extension?
>  If not, is it still usable with 4.1.0?
>
>
>
> In addition, I have a problem with printing envelopes: they print barcodes
> across (up and down) the envelope face.  I have worked with a printer
> technician, and we cannot find any way that the printer could be adding the
> barcodes.  He suggested that I call OpenOffice; that is why I have
> discovered Apache OpenOffice!  If the answers to all my above questions are
> positive, I will download the 4.1.0 and hope that the barcode problem will
> no longer be present.
>
> If the barcodes persist, I will go to Support, but before that happens, I
> need to know the answers to these questions.
>
> Thank you very much.
>
> Sincerely,
> Roberta Yule Owen

Hello Roberta,
   Yes. 4.1.0 is the latest version of Apache OpenOffice.
   The 4.1.0 version should install in parallel to your 3.0 version. I
suggest keeping both versions active for a little while until you are sure
that 4.1.0 works well for you. There have been many improvements since 3.0
but it only takes one bug sometimes to cause a big problem.
   The latest version can still save in the .doc format and its native
format is .odt.
Best regards,
Francis

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