2014-03-14 11:33 GMT+01:00 Tanstaafl <email@example.com>:
Ok, I was wondering about this.
How do I tell what version of the ODF standard any of my individual files
I tried opening a spreadsheet (.ods) and checked File > Properties, but
nothing in there about the PDF version...
Open it with a ZIP program. The file content.xml should start with a
"office:document-content" tag, and somewhere in there is the attribute
"office:version". I believe it contains the file version.
As far as "user friendly" goes, I'm not sure if there is a way to see this
in LibreOffice, because...
Follow-up question would be, how do I convert the old to the new?
...opening and saving the file should "update" it to the current version.
It is certainly possible to do that through a script if you have a lot of
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