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You could use office online, a service Microsoft provides. You can use word, excel etc. Microsoft Office Online You will need a Microsoft account how to set up a Microsoft account
Open the ODT file, you can then go to File > Save As (or 'Save as copy'), you can save to those formats and others: You can also use 'Export to' and 'Export to PDF' to export to PDF and other formats. For more information, you can use Help > 'libreoffice help' (or just press F1) - or use the online help (e.g. Save As, Export, Export PDF) You can also ...
You can save documents in LibreOffice in any of listed formats. Just go to File->Save As... Also there is a button in toolbar "Save to pdf". If you already saved a file to odt, you can open it and save in any of the formats you wish.
It is also possible to use rsync to this task, with one advantage, you will keep a backup. If one of the converted files is already in the target codification you will mess it up. rsync -va --iconv=iso88591,utf8 /source/latin1/ /destination/utf8/
Save the following as e.g. less.xml: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <mime-info xmlns='http://www.freedesktop.org/standards/shared-mime-info'> <mime-type type="text/x-less"> <comment>LESS file</comment> <glob pattern="*.less"/> </mime-type> </mime-info> Then open a Terminal and run ...
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