If you run the following command:
An alert will pop up giving you a complete reference on how to use the
soffice on the command line.
If you get an error saying soffice is an invalid command, make sure the
current directory is LibreOfficeInstallFolder\program.
LibreOfficeInstallFolder is usually:
[on Windows 32-bit] C:\Program Files\LibreOffice 4
[on Windows 64-bit] C:\Program Files (x86)\LibreOffice 4
The cd command (at least on Windows) will change the directory.
So, on a Windows 64-bit system, to get the complete soffice command
reference, I would run the following commands:
cd "C:\Program Files (x86)\LibreOffice 4\program"
If you are looking for more detail on a certain command parameter,
performing a simple web search should work fine.
On 1/28/2014 8:03 PM, Peter West wrote:
There are plenty of snippets on the web about using soffice command
line for document conversion, for example, but I cannot find
documentation. Looking for 'soffice' in the LO help file yields no
Anyone have any idea?
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