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= Office files =
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You can convert Office files (*.doc, *.ppt etc) using the [[command]] soffice:
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soffice --invisible --convert-to png ''presentation.odp''
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Converts ''presentation.odp'' to ''presentation''.png
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= Corel Draw files =
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To convert a Corel Draw file to a Linux-readable format, use [[uniconvertor]].

Latest revision as of 16:09, 15 June 2013

To convert images, the graphviz package contains a utility called convert.

Example:

convert -scale 300x150 -transparent white klingel.svg klingel.png

Office files

You can convert Office files (*.doc, *.ppt etc) using the command soffice:

soffice --invisible --convert-to png presentation.odp

Converts presentation.odp to presentation.png

Corel Draw files

To convert a Corel Draw file to a Linux-readable format, use uniconvertor.