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Hello, I was wondering how do I convert an OpenOfficeWriter format into other formats, like a man page, txt, rtf, or doc, without having to have those separate files. What ...
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- 07-22-2005 #1
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- Jul 2005
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I was wondering how do I convert an OpenOfficeWriter format into other formats, like a man page, txt, rtf, or doc, without having to have those separate files.
What I am trying to do is create documentation for a program that has many uses. This can be used on may different operating systems. So I am trying to find a "master" source that I might be able to create all other documents with. So I will only have to keep up one document and just re-make the others.
Any Ideas? Are there any other programs I might want to use?
- 07-22-2005 #2
Well, of the formats you mentioned the only one I can say would be relatively "universal" is plain text. You can save a document in OpenOffice as anything you like really, just use the "Save As.." option. Of course, going from SXW or DOC to plain text will make you lose your formatting...Registered Linux user #270181
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- 07-22-2005 #3
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- Jan 2005
- Chicago (USA)
^I've never seen a word processor that can't read/write RTF.
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