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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


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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 ...


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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.


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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/


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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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