RE: Word attachment...on linuxtoday

But do you promise not to put a single line of code or macros in the .abw
format, so it is impossible that the .abw format contain a virus... That is
the main question.

If you want to add macros or code then I think it should sit outside the
.abw file.

By the way abiword is great and will be fully usable as soon as it
understand tables...

Continue the good work.

Franck Martin
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-----Original Message-----
From: Martin Sevior [mailto:msevior mccubbin ph unimelb edu au]
Sent: Wednesday, 16 January 2002 8:56 
To: Charles Iliya Krempeaux
Cc: Franck Martin; rms gnu org; gnome-devel-list gnome org
Subject: Re: Word attachment...on linuxtoday


Martin Sevior

BTW The AbiWord *.doc importer allows me to read all the MS Word docs
people send me. However my solution post 1.0 will be to send a *.abw file
as an attachment back with a simple one line email:

Download this program to read this document. (Plus a link of course :-)

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