[SOLVED] Libreoffice - how can I convert many odt files to doc or pdf automatically?
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Libreoffice - how can I convert many odt files to doc or pdf automatically?
I have a large number of .odt files. I need to convert them all to doc or pdf format. I know that I could open each and save them as such, but that would take loads of time.
Is there a program that could do this for me en masse or one I could write as a bash script? Any leads or pointers would be much appreciated.
Also, I apologize in advance if this is a repeat question or there's an obvious fix. Google gets blocked like mad here in China (I'm an English teacher) and their "healthy" alternative, Baidu.com, is very bad with English search queries.
Thanks and I'm glad to be here. No expats I've met use linux, so it's really nice to have this resource.
While not the answer you're looking for, libre office can save in .doc format.Change settings i LibreOffice under Tools>>Options>>General>>Load/Save under "Always save as" select "Microsoft Word 2007XML"