I don't think it's corrupted, I think when Open Office was installed, the conversion on the subfolders didn't take place, it only converted the main folder. There should have been an option to refresh all cells. If the driver is sitting in the system folder it will automatically overide any other format extentions, because the folder has already been changed to OO.sundaymorningstaple wrote:The file I created for you was done in my office but using a copy of the master document directly from the SD card that was originally created and has the problem on my home PC. As it was a copy of the same file I didn't not attempt to check it as I've said, they all work fine on my office PC. It's when I open them up in my home pc that the problem arises.
The image files all open up in IE both in the office (IE8) and at home(IE8). What's interesting is that Excel calls it up in IE but double clicking the image file itself opens it up in Windoze Picture & Fax viewer.
I didn't test the truncated file on my home PC at all. But the original file is what I dumped into the root of C: which didn't give me any joy either.
What's the chance of ksl's suggestion with a corrupted dll file for OO.o having some bearing on the problem?
I notice we have had problems with Microsoft Office 7, becuase it isn't compatible with other versions from 2002/3, Microsofts way of saying upgrade or downgrade!