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Hi Dan and Nino,

Le 2012-05-07 19:50, Dan Lewis a écrit :
On Tue, 2012-05-08 at 01:31 +0200, Nino wrote:
On 07.05.2012 06:04, Marc Paré wrote:
A couple of users who are using LibreOffice professionally are wondering
if it was possible to email their .odt files through the
"File->Send->Email as Microsoft Word" not only one at a time? There are
many occasions where they need to email to contacts but need to send
.doc formatted files.

The "File->Send->Email as Microsoft Word" allows emailing .odt files
into .doc without being forced to save the same file into an identical
.doc file.

They said that they would really like a function where the "Send->Email
as Microsoft Word" that would allow to do this with more than only one
file at a time.



Did you search for a suitable Macro? I'm not familiar with Macro
programming, but I'd suppose one could add such functionality using
OOoBasic (or is it AOOBasic now?).

Regards, Nino

      Since LO has a Document Converter that will convert multiple Word,
Excel, and PowerPoint into their equivalent LO formats, OOoBasic should
be able to be used to convert documents in the opposite direction. The
only problem: I don't know how to do this either. Hopefully, someone on
this list does know.



Thanks for the input.

I think I'll put this in as a "feature request". I'll see if there could be an additional function in the "Send" option so that a user could have the choice of sending through email not only 1 document but multiple documents. It should be available to all LibreOffice users.

I think the "Send" option is an awesome tool but that it still needs to be tweaked for the regular production user.

Maybe a dev will decide to take up the challenge to modify the "Send" option.



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