On 02/11/2012 02:29 PM, Pedro wrote:
AFAIK Mendeley is reference manager. It requires the installation of
their software (free) available at www.mendeley.com. I have never used
it but I would not be surprised that the links are looking for something
that is not there
Hi Jay and Tom
Yes, you can make a copy of the file and rename the file-ending of the
.odt to .zip. When you double-click on the file it should open in an
"archive manager" such as WinZip, WinRar. Any images and stuff should be
in a sub-folder with a suitable name. Most of the text is in
"contents.xml". You could just right-click on the file and "Open with
..." an archive manager but renaming the file-ending might be the easier
way of doing this first few times.
You are both "preaching to the choir" :) I have done that already. How else
would I know about the Mendeley references. But I think (hope) that the OP
is not worried about recovering the content but about learning a way to
fix/avoid this problem...
I tried some solutions I found while Googling, like this one
but it didn't solve the problem...
Anyone knows a miracle/clever trick?
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