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  • #6920

    cccmville
    Member

    Hello. I would like to know if EmEditor can read/convert odt files so that they may be read? They are xml files I think. I am not very knowlegable about this. Thank you for your help.
    Sincerely, cccmville

    #6921

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    cccmville wrote:
    Hello. I would like to know if EmEditor can read/convert odt files so that they may be read? They are xml files I think. I am not very knowlegable about this. Thank you for your help.
    Sincerely, cccmville

    I don’t know that specific file, but you can open any XML or text files with EmEditor. I don’t know how you want to convert that file.

    #6922

    gan
    Participant

    Unless i’m wrong .odt is related to openoffice/writer. I have no knowledge about the .odt format, but if it’s xml you can open the file using emeditor as Yutaka already said. Then you will only see the xml code. You will not be able to open the file using emeditor and see the correct layout/document content as you will see using openoffice/writer. If you need to read/edit/convert the document you need a program that is able to read the .odt format and not a text editor.

    Openoffice is free and then you should be able to read the document. Also if using MS Office 2007 there is a free add-on that will read the .odt format as well. I’m sure there is some small converters as well available, but they are most likely mean’t to convert the file into another word processing format like .doc/.docx.

    gan

    #6925

    cccmville
    Member

    Dear Gan. Thank you for the good solid info. That does help. cccmville

    #6926

    cccmville
    Member

    Dear Yutaka. Thank you very much for taking the time to reply. Your info was helpful. cccmville

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