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Complete newbie to Libre - so apologies if this is a dumb question. I do remote typing and need to email the letters back to the author for correction, so can't save as a PDF. If using a previous Word document in Writer, what do I then save it as? I am on a Mac (Mojave). Whatever I choose, it still saves it as a Word document not a Writer document.
 

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Welcome to the forums
Do your work in doc, save as [to your disk], then click file, go down to export as, open drop box and select PDF will allow you to save as a PDF
 
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Welcome to the forums
Do your work in doc, save as [to your disk], then click file, go down to export as, open drop box and select PDF will allow you to save as a PDF
I do not want to save as PDF. I want to save as a Writer document as opposed to Word document.
 

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The default format for LibreOffice Writer is odt format, just save it by clicking on save as and it will save it with the default format for LibreOffice Writer.
 

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This isn't a Linux question. You're on a Mac, using an application that is cross-platform.
Good catch, I didn't look at the screenshot.
 

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Why not save in both formats? Then, if something does go awry, you still have the other format to fall back on.
 
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