I am using ubuntu 13.04, I don't understand what you mean by using windows
I mean the file manager of a Windows operating system.
I work on Window 7; and when I rename the file to .zip, then I can open
it inside the file manager which comes with Windows7, the same way as it
would be a normal folder. That is a feature of Windows 7.
Is it possible to unpack a .docx file using the ubuntu
archive program that unpacks tar.gz file formats? Also libreoffice
doesn't allow me to remove it. Thats the problem if I could remove it I
would just put it on my desktop and then open it with vlc player.
Yes, it is a normal PK .zip format. When I use 7zip on Windows 7, then I
even do not need to rename it. But 7zip opens .odt files directly.
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