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How to Convert ODT files To Doc Files?

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kavinthomash

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Hi,

 

I have a lot of Open office writer (.odt) files, but now I want to convert ODT files into Doc files with original format without lossing any single file content property. I have searched many times online but I could not found such software which convert ODT files into word format easily. If anyone know about any odt file converter tool so please share with me that application detail here.

 

 

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What do you mean by "a lot"? Is it like 50 or 5000 ?

Google "odt to doc batch converter", you'll find some.



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Link to a Commercial converter tool to be posted in 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, ...

 

My bet is on one made by Systools ... :yes:

 

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Ironically this brought you to at last make a post without link.



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Doesn't OpenOffice have a built in Wizard to do just what you want?  File > Wizards > Document Converter.

 

Edit:

 

http://openoffice.bl...g-your-mic.html

 

She's doing the reverse of what you're wanting to do, but as you can see, the options are there.

 

Nevermind, doesn't work that way. :(


Edited by Steven W, 02 March 2014 - 09:57 PM.


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Maybe this:

 

http://www.statistic...BatchConverter/

 

not sure if it will work on 9x and it requires OOo/LO



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http://file.org/extension/odt#

 

It provides some that can convert.


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You can open ODT files with LibreOffice, then use Save As for .doc/docx extension

 

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If you want to convert multiple files at a time, then search for it in the internet. I am sure you will get several options. But don't forget to check the free demo version before purchasing the licensed one.






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