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Re: Sections for latex conversion
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Am 02.06.2012 09:41, schrieb Hannie Dumoleyn:
> Hello, I have tried writer2latex, but I do not find it useful. The
> output is very different from the code we use.
Yes, without any additional work it isn't useful. I used the
"Ultra-clean article" option  and so the tex file had only a few
differences to the necessary format. The \section, \subsection was ok,
but all the \menu, \button, \window and so on commands, were not
created (of course) by default. But there is the possibility to create
an own configuration file  where you can define all these commands.
The requirement for this would be, that there are used specific
templates in OOo for commands, menus and so on. The question is, if
this effort would be useful to create such a configuration file and a
OOo document template. It depends on the fraction of OOo authors / tex
authors and/or OOo pages / tex pages...
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