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From Andrea Pescetti <>
Subject Re: html code generated from Open Office
Date Tue, 06 Jan 2015 17:24:27 GMT
On 06/01/2015 Regina Henschel wrote:
> Howard Morris (aka Col Boogie) schrieb:
>> The reason I joined Open Office was to enhance the html code generated
>> from writer. ...
> OpenOffice has the ability to execute XSLT. Please open a text document
> and then try File > Export > type XHTML. You get a nice XHTML document.
> The shortcoming is, that it currently only supports simple structures,
> and that it is only for export, and import is missing.
> Goto Tools > XML Filter Settings. That is the manager for XSLT filters.
> Find the XHTML XSLT files themselves in folder
> program/share/xslt/export/xhtml.
> Improving this XHTML filter might fit better to your interests.

Regina wrote it much better, but this is what I meant when I wrote that 
you could "hack the conversion files". See my FOSDEM slides for more 
(link in my other message) and if you go this way I can probably give 
you some further hints.


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