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Handy add-ins for Office to convert from odf (OpenOffice)

I was recently running Open Office, loved it but found it pretty restrictive when working with MS Office users. So….I moved over to the dark side L. The problem is, that I have my whole library of docs in Open Office format. I have already uninstalled Open Office and am not too keen on reinstalling and converting every single document. My other option was to open the documents using Google Docs and convert them there. I would still need to convert each document in a very tedious way. The lazy side of me came shinning through and I started the big hunt for a conversion program. I found it here. This is an Add-In which allows you to open ODF and ODS files from the MS Office file menu.

Thanks very much to the developers for this!

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