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  • by zatoichi (4897) on 2004.08.15 12:50 (#33398) Journal
    That would be a problem with OpenOffice and not Word.
    • Well, strictly if any program crashes on invalid input then it's insufficiently robust, which is a bug. But I totally agree here that what we have is a problem that will need fixing in OpenOffice.

      • yes, both need fixing.

        However Word is to blame, if OO writes documents that are valid in older versions of word, then similar problems can possibly be created by documents created in older versions of word.

        Word should not crash because a document that worked with previous versions has been presented to it. Its just unacceptable. It can complain, warn and make do and finally refuse to load, but crashing and taking down XP for the N minutes it takes to persuade the process manager to open and then kill th

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