On Mar 29, 2005 2:44 PM, Braun Brelin <bbrelin at openapp.biz> wrote:
>> I'm trying to figure out how to do the following:
>> I'm writing a perl script that will take a star office document and
> convert it to an MS Office document on the fly.
>> I have a macro that converts Soffice to MSOffice that I took from the
> oooconv.de. I've also got OO running in headless mode on my linux
>> I'm trying to figure out the correct command line evocation to convert the
>> Something like:
>> soffice mydoc.sxw --macro <my macro here>
>In OpenOffice.org 2.0/ StarOffice 8, you can run soffice with a macro
URL, something like
soffice mydoc.sxw "macro://Standard.Library.mymacro"
For more on this, see http://framework.openoffice.org
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