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How do I convert a openoffice doc (.odt extension) to msft doc?

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Old 08-03-2008
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How do I convert a openoffice doc (.odt extension) to msft doc?

Hi, I have a very short query and hope you guys can help me out. I?m having some Openoffice documents with .ODT extensions. Recently I installed Office 2007 on my laptop. So I wanted to know whether there is any way I can convert my OpenOffice files with .odt extension into Word?s .docx extension?

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I?m not sure whether if the converter add-in for Office works on .ODT templates as well as on .ODF files, if you don't have an Open Office version installed.
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Re: How do I convert a openoffice doc (.odt extension) to msft doc?

You can easily convert Odt to Doc files by using the toll provided here http://sourceforge.net/projects/odf-converter/
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