"with no glitches"
I think this can only be achieved if everyone can agree to only use a
specified file format (.doc, .docx, .rtf) and only [basic] features known
to work the same in both programs. Perhaps one of the many online [basic]
word processors would be a better fit this situation.
On Sat, Oct 15, 2016 at 8:28 AM, m.a.riosv <miguelange...@libreoffice.org>
> Since LibreOffice 5.0 can be opened page files
> but don't expect warranties about everything will be perfect.
> Every time that a file is converted, increase the options for issues, as
> LibreOffice is available for Mac, IMO install LibreOffice on the Mac it's
> the option to achieve the lower amount of issues.
> Miguel Ángel.
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