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Microsoft Office to OpenOffice Migration Guide
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Object Linking and Embedding (OLE)

To change the settings for Microsoft Office OLE objects, use Tools > Options > Load/Save > Microsoft Office (Figure 3).

Having all of these options checked allows embedded objects to be converted and thus be editable in both office suites.

For other OLE objects, it will depend on the machine where the file is being edited just as it does with Microsoft Office alone. Thus Windows application based OLE objects will not be editable in OpenOffice.org on a Linux machine, although the object will still be displayed correctly and can be resized.

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