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Old 05-09-2007, 12:46 PM   #1
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LXer: Extending OpenOffice.org: Turning OpenOffice.org into a document conversion tool


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One of the less well-known features of OpenOffice.org is its ability to run as a service. You can put that ability to some clever use. For example, you can turn OpenOffice.og into a conversion engine and use it to convert documents from one format to another via a Web-based interface or a command-line tool. JODConverter can help you to unleash OpenOffice.org's file conversion capabilities.

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