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        I am trying to find the command line option to convert an
ASCII text file (.txt) to ODF and apply a template to the ODF output.

Doing this without a template is simple with:

soffice.bin --headless --convert-to odt test.txt
convert /tmp/test.txt -> /tmp/test.odt using

What I want to do is apply a template (e.g. to the
process so that the template is used with the resulting ODF file.

I'm sure it will involve passing an API call through the --accept
flag, I just don't know what that call is.  Can anyone help?

By the way, I've already tried Unoconv, but my operating system
doesn't play well with it, hence asking for the API call to pass
through --accept.


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