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Re: CAD program for drafting own figures?
« Reply #15 on: May 24th, 2007, 12:46pm »
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From OOo to Word?  No issues, but then I don't care what it looks like in Word format -- that's for the recipient to clean up if they wish.  Of course, that might be more important if the recipient is a client.  I send to clients in PDF form.  I think OOo to Word is pretty clean.
 
From Word to OOo can be a mess at times.  If you like, I can gut one of mine of content and you can use it as a template.  Then, you can copy and paste whatever you want from a Word document.
 
One suggestion:  Instead of using "Paste", use "Paste Special" and select plain text.  That will clear out any strange formatting.  Another way to strip away undesirable formatting is to paste into Notepad and then cut/paste into OOo.
 
I'll put the template in the "forms" forum when it's ready.
 
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Re: CAD program for drafting own figures?
« Reply #16 on: May 24th, 2007, 2:21pm »
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fantastic.  that would be great.
 
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