Created attachment 145504 [details]
The original odt file created with LO Writer
I created a table in an .odt document, filled it with data (text), saved the document and opened it again and then surprise ! Some of the data in the table has changed from the original text I had filled in to zeros !
Fortunately for me, I thought of trying to open the .odt document with MS Word and there was my whole data intact (so I guess it was still in the file but LO Writer had a problem reading it, even though it was it that had saved the file).
I am attaching the .odt file and the .doc file (the .odt, opened with MS Word and saved in .doc format).
I am carrying on my word with MS Word because I cannot allow to loose data or fill it again and again.
This seems similar with bug 119377.
Created attachment 145505 [details]
The odt file, opened with MS Word and saved as .doc
So you can see the original data before it was replaced by zeros.
(In reply to Mamoth from comment #0)
> This seems similar with bug 119377.
So what is the difference in comparison with bug 119377?
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