Does this happen on all files created in WP 2020, saved as ODT and reopened in WP2020, or specific ones? If so, what is different content-wise.
Do you have a previous version of WPO installed? If so, which version(s)? Did you ever had the Compatibility Pack installed to be able to save as DOCX/XLSX/PPTX?
What version, flavor and bit of Windows do you have? e.g. (Windows 10 Home 64-bit).Which version of .NET is installed?
It happens on all files created in WP 2020.
I don’t have a previous WP and no Compatibility Pack.
Windows 10 Professional 64-bit with whatever .NET comes with it.
I think I found the problem with the ODT. I guess in your case you are saving to a different drive than C:\...The workaround I have found is to save anywhere you have write access on C:\... (e.g. your Documents folder (C:\Users\<username)\Documents\).You can also find your previous documents saved and cut and paste them there... (Note: when saving as ODT is will also create a DOCX file. This extension does not seem to suffer from the same problem but you can also cut and paste so they both live in the same directory to easily find them.)
I'll report it to Corel.
ericsu said:I guess in your case you are saving to a different drive than C:\...
Actually, no. :-) And I surely have write access on my desktop.
Do you have both ODT and DOCX and can you try saving to C:\Users\<username)\Documents\ just for a test?
I don’t have them anymore (it’s been a while and I gave up), but how should this be a difference?
Also, does this imply that the target folder matters by design? Because if it doesn’t, it still is a bug.
It's definitely a defect... just want to ensure the workaround works in all situations. I had this problem on my home system because my profile is actually moved to D... drive while I was not getting this on my test system(s).