Þann lau 1.jan 2011 19:57, skrifaði NoOp:
On 12/31/2010 02:18 AM, Sveinn í Felli wrote:
But I think that in a corporate context, a batch program for converting
.doc and .docx to ODF would get some support and would/could ease the
conversion. After all those years, there's a pile of .docs sitting on
most PCs in this world. And having all the files in a same/similar
format is an issue for many I've heard from.
You might try:
[bit dated, but probably still works]
Thanks, have not revisited this for a while.
Seems these convert one file at a time.
I'm more thinking about a program that could be run (maybe on first run
of LibO ?) offering to convert all MSO files to their ODF equivalents,
under same name, parsing all subfolders of a tree. Custom renaming, file
exclusions and other stuff would be nice to have, but not mandatory.
I'm more interested in something like the mso2ooo:
The author even says that integration into OOo/LibO should be possible
(for an OOoBasic-nerd):
"If someone could make the equivalent of mso2ooo.py in OpenOffice.org
Basic, it would be just one step. Or integrate mso2ooo.py in mso2ooo.odt
(OpenOffice.org documents can contain Python scripts, it’s just I can’t
do it). This also solves the problem of Python in Windows."
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