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On Sat, 6 Sep 2014 04:26:46 -0700 (PDT)
Owen Genat <> wrote:

Alexandros Prekates wrote
Downloading a gdoc document from google drive you will prompted to
choose a conversion.

Choosing 'open document' i get an odt but i spotted an error in
giving 'outline numbering = 10' to even  headling styled with
headline 1 and superfluous xml in links.

I tried to find a way to fix the wrong oultine numbering but noluck.

I noticed that in the converted odf file 'oultline levels' 1-6 dont 
correspont to a heading style instead the relate to nothing.

By completing the missing associations in 'tools --> outline
numbering' new headings will get the proper ouline level but old
ones wont change to correct one leaving only one solution : to
delete them and write them back.

Under GNU/Linux using v4.3.1.2 opening the provided example and
selecting Tools > Outline Numbering... > Numbering tab > associating
Level 1 with Heading 1 does make the required change. This does not
get around the problem of doing this for numerous heading levels
across numerous documents though. Also note that the GoogleDocs ODF
filter appears to be writing out ODF v1.1 documents.

Unfortunately it didnt work for me.
I installed to ubuntu 14.04 from a ppa  but no luck.

Best wishes, Owen.
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