Hello when i try to save a invoice as *Microsoft
document it changes it to this below . I have looked him up on
Google Have called his number that does not work But when i type his info
on google all i get is a bunch of his documents that you can open on line .
I am wondering if his documents are some how messing up other people.It
does not matter what computer i use it does the same thing .changes the
info to his name address and telephone number.below is what it changes to :
Johnathan King 722 Moss Rd Kirkland WA 98033 206-555-3412
Please let me know if you find away to cause this problem to be fixed
Can you upload the invoice to Nabble so that we can all see it?
Perhaps take out personal info or identifiable addresses and such.
Can you copy the contents of the file and start a fresh new Odt or Ods
file and do "Paste Special"
Ctrl Shift v
to paste as "unformatted text" and then apply styles? There might be
something hidden in the coding of the formatting of files that were
once in MS formats. Starting again from scratch might be a way around
At 09:29 08/11/2013 -0500, Bekor Adams wrote:
>Hello when i try to save a invoice as *Microsoft excel* 2007/2010
>document it changes it to this below. I have looked him up on Google
>Have called his number that does not work But when i type his info
>on google all i get is a bunch of his documents that you can open on
>line. I am wondering if his documents are some how messing up other
>people. It does not matter what computer i use it does the same
>thing. changes the info to his name address and telephone number.
>below is what it changes to :
>Jonathan King 722 Moss Rd Kirkland WA 98033 206-555-3412
There are no "his documents", since he doesn't exist!
The 98033 ZIP code exists and is indeed for Kirkland, Washington
(state), USA - but there appears to be no Moss Road in Kirkland. 206
is the area code for Seattle, Washington; Kirkland is the other side
of Lake Washington and uses the area code 425 instead (though it
probably used 206 in the past). The exchange code 555 is frequently
used to create fictitious telephone numbers in the North American
Numbering Plan area. Actually, only a hundred numbers in that range
are reserved and these do not include 3412, but it is nevertheless
very likely that this number was intended to be fictitious.
No-one except you is likely to be "messing up" any documents. You
must have incorporated some example text, perhaps in the form of a
sample database of addresses or of a template with the sample details
included as placeholders.
>Please let me know if you find a way to cause this problem to be fixed
This depends on where your document originated and what it is. If
you have obtained an invoice template, each time you invoke it you
will get a fresh copy of the sample text. If the data is meant to be
yours, you will want to edit the template to include your own
details; then each time you use it you will see your own address and
telephone number. If this is meant to be your customer, you will
obviously need to replace the sample text with your customer's actual
details each time.
Don't blame "Jonathan King" and don't blame LibreOffice!