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Help: Cannot open a .opd file


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Folks, hopefully someone can give me a hand with this as I'm no computer extraordinaire so...

I have two .opd files on my laptop. They are educational references which I scanned on my printer. I don't have the printers' software anymore and I don't have Windows as my OS (I use Ubuntu). When I try to open one of the files it says this:

Unable to open document

File type OLE2 compound document storage (application/x-ole-storage) is not supported

Any computer genious know how I can view the files? :whistle:

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It will open with open office presentation software. Open office is free to download.

Edit, should come pre-installed on ubuntu.

Edited by Callsign-sled1
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Just tried it there, callsign-sled1. :)

It loaded to this point then nothing happened.;)

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Have you tried reading the document with no lock? and do you have permission to read the file?

Also well done for moving from windows thumbsup.gif

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;)

I tried the one without the lock and I have read and write permissions, and the file with the lock only had read only permissions but I changed that to read and write and still nothing! :)

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By the looks of it you're using a old ubuntu?

The newer one (11.04) uses LibreOffice instead of OpenOffice, try downloading libreoffice from the software centre?

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Yeah, it's the 10.04 version I think.

I'll give LibreOffice a bash! ;)

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