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The example file correct opened in MS Office 2007, WPS Office and incorrect opened in LO 126.96.36.199 (windows) and 188.8.131.52 (ROSA Linux)
The file layout use as business standard
Created attachment 123591 [details]
correct view in MS WORD
The file correct view in MSO2010 starter
Thanks for reporting - I confirm the problems..
It are more than one problem: text boxes, 2nd page has different style, objects...
(It would be my suggestion to use a different lay out, but probably that is not within your reach.)
Cheers - Cor
The issue is still present in Libreoffice 5.3 beta1 nigtly build 08.12.2016 (Linux).
I resaved this document in docx using WPS Office and now it opens CORRECTLY in Libreoffice
(In reply to Mikhail Novosyolov from comment #4)
> I resaved this document in docx using WPS Office and now it opens CORRECTLY
> in Libreoffice
Sorry, not in docx, but in .doc or .wps
This bug still remains in Libreoffice 5.4
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repro 6.5+. similar if .docx resaved in MSO.