https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=112461

--- Comment #8 from Alex Thurgood <ipla...@tuta.io> ---
I get the same error message in LO330, so the problem lies with the particular
ODT document and not LibreOffice in general.

Something you have done, or something which has happened to your computer, has
caused this file to become corrupt. The way to fix that is to unzip the file
and correct it at the location indicated in the error message.

Several possible reasons are known that might cause these problems:

- reading/writing to a USB or external disk - from my own experience, MacOS
isn't very reliable at maintaining multiple USB connected storage devices
correctly and will sometimes disconnect them for no apparent reason

- reading/writing to a network storage that suddenly goes offline (e.g. power
cut, network connection down, etc)

Whatever the case, the files have been corrupted. In theory, they can be
repaired by correcting/removing the additional XML tags that have been inserted
erroneously.

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