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From Dr Donald Zarlengo <>
Subject Re: Trying to open a .doc document
Date Thu, 14 Nov 2013 11:30:46 GMT
You are more naive than I first thought.

I am probably they only professional on this list that has created software for interchange
compatible files.

Since none of you seem to be interested. You will be happy to know
that I will leave this list serv.

OpenOffice has everything to do with the software/hardware platforms.

Dr Z

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Kay Schenk schreef op 14-11-2013 3:11:
> On Wed, Nov 13, 2013 at 7:07 AM, <> wrote:
>> When I try to open or print a .doc document that I have received as an
>> attachment I get the following message:
>> “The requested operation requires elevation”
>> What does this mean or how can I get this document to open in Open Office
>> 4?
>> Bruce
> Are you trying to open or print directly FROM your e-mail without saving
> first?
> If this is the case, it may be a configuration issue with your mailer.
> This is not a message from OpenOffice.

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