Tried it but it does not work very well. I exported one of my markdown documents to HTML from
Markdownpad 2 but the export filter inserted lots of extraneous style information that I do not
want. I am looking for the minimal information for OO/LO to understand Heading1, lists, tables etc.
without adding any extra information.
Also, I would expect reverting to markdown format from OO/LO to be quite a mess.
On 11/20/2016 12:15 AM, Brian Barker wrote:
At 15:55 19/11/2016 -0500, Honly Noname wrote:
I am a recent convert to using [M]arkdown for creating draft documents, outlines etc. [...] Now I
would also like to create drafts of documents and of slide presentations in markdown to later be
transferred to OpenOffice or LibreOffice Writer for finishing the text documents or OpenOffice or
LibreOffice Impress for finishing slide presentations. [...] I do not seem able to accomplish the
I know nothing about Markdown, but simply reading Wikipedia tells me it can be used to produce HTML
- indeed, that this is its primary function. HTML can be opened by LibreOffice Writer and you can
save as .odt from there.
I trust this helps.
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