When a multi-paragraph footnote is added to a document saved as .doc, after it's reopened a series of tab characters are added to the first line of each paragraph of the footnote, starting from the second one. Even if the tab characters are deleted they re-appear.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Create a blank document
2. Insert multi-parapraph footnote
3. Save document as .doc
4. Close document
5. Re-open document
Tab characters are added at the first line of each paragraph of the footnote, starting from the second one.
No tab characters are added to the footnote.
Rigoberto: Could you please attach an example document. In your case it would be good to provide both the odt and the exported doc file.
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I have a similar and simpler problem in 3.7 release 220.127.116.11
When we save in .doc a tab character is added between footnote number and the text. Not only with multi-paragraph footnote.
I attach a simple example.
Created attachment 86325 [details]
Original .odt document
Created attachment 86327 [details]
Same document saved to .doc
Created attachment 86328 [details]
Same document saved to .docx
I have not tried to read it with MS Word >= 2010.
This would appear to be a duplicate of one aspect of bug #64026.
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