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Re: Markup to export to .docx

From: Tory S. Anderson
Subject: Re: Markup to export to .docx
Date: Tue, 23 Sep 2014 14:07:53 -0400
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.3 (gnu/linux)

I'm under the impression the going way to do that (the way I do it on Linux) is 
to export to ODT (open office/libre office), and those editors allow you to 
save as docx. I doubt that method is going to change. But it's probably not too 
touch to produce a script that exports org to an ODT and then runs one of the 
command line Open Office convert-to functions as found here:

- Tory

Subhan Michael Tindall <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi, I know this must be possible, and I'm hoping someone has a simple 
> solution so I don't have to go about it the long hard way of trial and error.
> I'm looking to do the following:
> Take .org documents
> Possibly add some simple markup IE \bold, \italics, \bullet
> Nothing complex, probably not even tables.
> Export it to .docx format .
> I'm stuck in Windows world at work, and occasionally need to produce 
> documents for other members of my team in Word format (possibly PDF, but Word 
> is better)
> I have emacs and Cygwin functioning, but have limited ability to install 
> other software.
> Having trouble with the ODT exporter as the firewall blocks all the download 
> sites I can find for infozip, and I can't get it to use the Cygwin one for 
> some reason
> Thanks!
> Subhan Michael Tindall
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