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Hi @Mario,

If you'd like to convert the files individually, you can just

  • Open the files using LibreOffice Writer
  • Navigate to File -> Save As
  • Select the desired export format (ODF Text Document (.odt)) from the drop-down menu
  • And click Save!

If you have a number of .doc files you'd like to batch-convert, you might consider a tool like unoconv or run LibreOffice in "headless" mode on the command line. Here's a question on this site with more information:

  • http://ask.libreoffice.org/en/question/4152/batch-conversion-with-unoconv-in-windows/
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typo ;)

Hi @Mario,@Marlo,

If you'd like to convert the files individually, you can just

  • Open the files using LibreOffice Writer
  • Navigate to File -> Save As
  • Select the desired export format (ODF Text Document (.odt)) from the drop-down menu
  • And click Save!

If you have a number of .doc files you'd like to batch-convert, you might consider a tool like unoconv or run LibreOffice in "headless" mode on the command line. Here's a question on this site with more information:

  • http://ask.libreoffice.org/en/question/4152/batch-conversion-with-unoconv-in-windows/