How Do You Convert Open Office Documents To Microsoft Word?

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How Do You Convert Open Office Documents To Microsoft Word?

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OpenOffice documents are OpenDocument Text (ODT) formatted files. Depending on what software you have available to you, there are a variety of options for converting OpenOffice documents to Microsoft Word documents. Open Office can convert ODT format to Microsoft Word formats. Microsoft Word 2007 can open ODT formatted files and save them to Microsoft Word formats. A free add-in for Word XP and Word 2003, combined with the Office Compatibility Pack, allows you to open ODT formatted files and save them to Word formats. Start OpenOffice Writer. Select “Open” from the File menu. Select the the document you want to convert. Click the “Open” button to open the file in OpenOffice Writer. Select “Save as…” from the File menu. Select “Microsoft Word 97/2000/XP (.doc)” from the “Save as type” menu. Click “Save” to finish converting the file in Microsoft Word format. Start Microsoft Word. Select “Open” from the Office Button. Select “OpenDocument Text” from the “Files of type” menu. Select the

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