Richard Gitschlag <> writes:

> It is true, however, that many professional and commercial apps do not
> make a save/export distinction and allow you to "save" your document
> in any supported filetype -- MS Word, for example. You can open/save a
> document in a non-native format at any time, all you get is an extra
> prompt when using the "Save" command which basically asks whether you
> do want to save it in a non-native format, noting that the format
> chosen may or may not support "some features" that your actual
> document may or may not even use.

The main problem is that this file format is then silently used for
subsequent saves, and that may not have been the intent.

-- Johan
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