Convert XLSX to ODS
Looking for a versatile and user friendly software tool to migarte from Microsoft Office to Open Office? With Total Excel Converter, you can convert your ODS tables to all basic formats, including XLSX, TXT, DOC, etc. Perhaps, the most wonderful thing about the program is its ability to convert scores of files to ODS in a flash of time. This is a trick that few conversion utilities can boast of.
ODS (Open Document Spreadsheet) is an XML-based spreadsheet file format that is actually part of the Open Document Format for Office applications (ODF). It includes text documents, presentation and chart. There are two types of ODF files, one (Type 1) generated in Microsoft's Outlook Express 5 email client application designed for saving and storing messages in Outlook; the other (Type 2) created by the Calc program included in the StarOffice or the OpenOffice suite. ODS Type 2 is formatted according to the OASIS OpenDocument XML standard. This file type comprises tables, declarations, numerical data, graphs and formulas. Documents feature preludes and epilogues that contain tables and their analyses.
How Do I Convert XLSX to ODS?
With Total Excel Converter, you can render XLSX files in spreadsheet formats in less than no time. All you need to do is select the files you want to convert and specify the target format (ODS). Then press Convert button. Make your settings with the help of the Wizard. You may either leave the recommended settings or specify your own.
Total Excel Converter allows you to manage XLSX files right from the desktop. Right-click on a file and select Convert to and select ODS. If you have purchased the registered version, you can operate Total Excel Converter from within other applications.
Thanks to the program's robust intuitive interface, you don't even have to master it. Once you have launched the program, you can see all the options right away. It does not take a training course to learn how to convert XLSX to ODS, because the program does the job for you. To see how it works, download the free trial version and use it for 30 days. You will like the speed your work will pick up after you purchase the licensed version!