The question really is which version of DocX do you want it to
support? Supporting the format that they wrote up as an ISO
apparently means it wouldn't work in any version of MS Office.
Documents written using MS Office 2007 can't always be opened in MS
Office 2010 or 2013 apparently. Also the same version on different
operating systems can be different (according to their 2010
installer). So do you want us to support 2010 on Win7 or one of the
MS cease support for Xp in just a couple of months and drop support
for Win7 next year. Win8 seems to be unpopular. Hopefully Win9
pre-releases might be better and catch on better but at the moment
there isn't a good OS of theirs that is worth spending time aligning
On 29 January 2014 14:45, Heinrich Stoellinger <[hidden email]> wrote:
Another good question to ask Microsoft is when they will start to (or
whether they ever are likely to manage to) support the DocX format as
specified in the ISO format which they pushed through.
> Dear Support,
> When liberOffice will support .docx 2010/2013 MS Office document.
> *Qusai A. Al-Haddad
Qusai, in my experience LibreOffice does support the versions of .docx in
MS Word that people actually use ; hitherto I've never received such a
document which did not open speedily and easily in LO. In the event you are
having any specific problems in opening such documents, perhaps you could
provide us with more detail, which would facilitate our helping you....