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On 11/20/2016 03:13 PM, Ricardo wrote:
El 2016-11-20 14:45, Virgil Arrington escribió:

Since Markdown is a pure text file with formatting marks inserted, you
could easily edit such a file with LO. It sounds like what you're asking
is a way to convert the Markdown file to a LO format. I'm not sure of a
direct way of doing that. You might try Pandoc, an online file converter.


Pandoc can be installed on any system, but only recent versions support ODT, so you need to look 
with version if offered by CentOS


I have installed pandoc and tried to converted two markdown documents to ODT opening them in 
LibreOffice  4.3.7 under CentOS 6.8.

It seems Pandoc modifies the LO styles, setting fonts to Arial, Times Roman etc. which are not 
available in LO. Pandoc also did not assign the default list style to lists, nor did it handle 
tables at all. Although tables are not part of the core markdown they are part of a common 

I would have preferred pandoc to use whatever the style settings are in LO, not trying to change 

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