thank you -- Two things here.
1). I did manage to get this into rtf by using the command odt2rtf
and I did this on a number of files. So, the urgency of the problem is
solved, or at least
is no longer urgent, but the theoretical issue is still interesting (to
2). Since this is a literary journal, albeit a small local one, and the
original works are not mine,
I don't fee free to upload any of the plays/poems/etc.
Someone else mentioned that LO has the "save as" rtf. I don't understand
why, but here's
another puzzle: we have two computers running suse 12.3. This one that
I'm using right now
has that "save as" option. The other computer does not, and the other
computer is the one with
the files on it. Of course I could move the files from that computer to
this one, but I didn't realize
that this one had that option until someone here (Tim?) suggested it, so
I went to the other compter
(this one) and looked. Both machines are running suse 12.3 with LO
so I have no idea why one shows .rtf option and the other does not.
Thanks for the responses.
On Thu, Jul 11, 2013 at 10:48 PM, Tom Davies <email@example.com>wrote:
Could you email me the doc and an odt version? I might be able to have a
look on a few different machines tomorrow and maybe see what's up. Hmm, it
might be better to use Nabble to upload it so everyone can see it as i
might forget or run out of time, or just not wake up until the day after!
I am curious tho.
*From:* Helen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
*Sent:* Friday, 12 July 2013, 2:18
*Subject:* [libreoffice-users] .odt to .rtf ?
I agreed to edit (one time only) a local literary magazine comeing out
I have saved each of the documents (plays, poetry, etc.) and edited in
Before sending the files to the publisher, I've been saving them to .doc.
The publisher emails to say that all the documents have weird formatting
strange characters. He wants to know if I can send the files to him in
.rft (rich text) format. I don't see that as an option in the "save as"
Is there a way I can do this -- convert the .odt files to .rtf? Using
on Suse Linux.
using Linux, suse12.3
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