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Which is a better document format: ODT, PDF, or EPUB?

I know nothing about document formats, all I want is to have the one that is easiest to navigate around, looks best, etc.

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Why not try all and see for yourself what you find best for the purpose you have in mind.

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I have to answer ODT. Why?

Because the others are not easy to edit. I've lost count of the times the document owner has lost their source file and want to edit and then get upset at how hard it is to edit a PDF.

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