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AODC will convert OpenDocument text documents into HTML files which are are
optimized to be displayed in all popular browser e.g Firefox, Internet Explorer
and Microsoft Word (Vers. 2002 and above). OpenOffice or another Office
Suite with OpenDocument support don't have to be installed!
Why convert into HTML files instead of converting into Word doc files
The main target of AODC is to make it possible to let all User read and edit
OpenDocument documents and HTML is the only format which could be read by every
User. User who want to have the document in the Word format only have to
save the HTML file as doc file. At least, nonetheless a Word Add In is planned.
Which input format is supported?
Up to now, the only input format is OpenDocument text format. Support for
OpenDocument calc documents is planned.
Do I need administration rights for the installation?
No, you wouldn't need adminstration rights. AODC comes without a insallation
setup. So you can also run it from an extneral disk.
e.g. USB stick. This really of
interest for people who don't have the possibilty to copy any software on their
computer they used at work.
Must OpenOffice or another Office Suite installed?
No, there's no need of a installation OpenOffice or another
Office suite. The whole text processing will be done by the AODL library.
How much doese it cost?
Nothing! AODC is published under the GPL license.
Any Windows version with installed .net framework runtime.
Which is the latest version?
The latest version is 220.127.116.11 alpha.