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I want to install a Google Docs extension in Libreoffice such that I can import and export all my documents to and fro. I have tried these instructions but they don't seem to work properly. Is there an updated version of these instructions to install Google Docs extension in the Libreoffice?

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I installed ooo2gd the following way. Install JRE and libreoffice-java-common

sudo apt-get install default-jre libreoffice-java-common

Then download ooo2gd latest and do

unopkg add PATH/ooo2gd_3.0.0.oxt

Then start Libreoffice.


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I had to use /usr/lib/libreoffice/program/unopkg.bin instead of unopkg to install the extension on Ubuntu 12.04 – Guss Apr 10 '12 at 10:07

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