Just to make sure, you know that LibreOffice has the --convert-to
option, so you can simply do:
libreoffice --convert-to pdf <file1 ...>
No, didn't know, and it may be the reason I've been looking for to change
from OOo to LO.
There's also a tool I wrote that should work on Windows, Linux and ;
Currently the --convert-to fails when LibreOffice is already running.
Many thanks for these notes and suggestions; I'll certainly look into them.
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