Showmedo is proud to publish: Working with an OpenDocument Format (.odt) file, a video-tutorial by Ian Ozsvald
This video is part of the series OpenOffice Writer 3.1 for Microsoft Word users
Now let’s look at a native document – OpenOffice works with .odt files (OpenDocument Text). Normally these are zipped structures that contain xml and binary data – here we look at what’s inside an .odt file.
If you’re curious, you can poke inside your own .odt files using my instructions.
You’ll find more tips at at 3monkeyweb.
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