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Re: Print to PDF with lpr

> >From that page:
>> It is the perfect solution for changing dates, numbers or small
>> portions of text.
> I don't think that this practicable, if you continue to work with your
> document for repeated 'edit, print' cycles.

In my experiments so far it's worked fine, but I will have to look at
the more advanced functions to know.

> For batch conversion (and printing) look at
> $ aptitude show unoconv
> [...]
> Description: converter between OpenOffice.org document formats
>  This package provides a commandline utility which can convert from any
> document format that OpenOffice can import to any
>  document format it can export. It uses OpenOffice's UNO bindings for
> non-interactive conversion of documents.
>  Supported document formats include Open Document format, MS Word, MS
> Office Open/MS OOXML, PDF, HTML, XHTML, RTF, Docbook,
>  and more.
> Homepage: http://dag.wieers.com/home-made/unoconv/
> (I haven't tried it myself.)
> Cheers,
> Johannes

I have looked at unoconv and I will look into it again now with a
clear head. Thanks.

Dotan Cohen



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