Bug ID: 103208
           Summary: US Federal Courts require proposed orders in Word
           Product: LibreOffice
           Version: release
          Hardware: Other
                OS: All
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
          Keywords: filter:docx
          Severity: critical
          Priority: high
         Component: Writer
        Depends on: 90534
            Blocks: 103206, 103207

+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #90534 +++

(We'll probably close this issue as NOTOURBUG, but I wanted to split this
discussion out of #90534 to keep that bug a little cleaner, while still having
all of the pieces linked together)

Stephanie explains:
Finally, the court requires us to email Word versions of all proposed orders,
so even if you could create a beautiful pleading in LibreOffice, you would have
to be able to convert it to Word seamlessly. 

I'm confused by this requirement. Why would the court need an editable copy of
a proposed order? Do they ever edit these documents? Wouldn't a PDF version

If a Word document (DOC or DOCX) is in fact required by State and/or Federal
law, we should investigate this dependency further, perhaps in the Marketing

Referenced Bugs:
[Bug 90534] FILEOPEN: Pleading Lines don't work
[Bug 103206] FILEOPEN: Vertical numbers missing from left margin of Pleading
[Bug 103207] FILEOPEN: Vertical lines missing from margins of Pleading document
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