OpenOffice ODS to Microsoft XLS

ODS converterBoth and Microsoft spreadsheet tools are very popular today. Price lists, catalogues, item sheets are mode either in ODS or XLS format. The problem comes when you need to transfer data from ODS to XLS. In spite of the fact they both formats have much in common you can’t view .ods documents in Excel. You need a good ods to xls converter.

Per your requests we have enhanced the functionality of Total Excel Converter. The new version can convert ODS to XLS as well as it convert xls to other formats (PDF, TIFF, HTML, DOC, TXT). Now you may easily make any ODS spreadsheet compatible with Microsoft Excel software.

To convert ODS file to Excel launch Total Excel Converter, select the folder with ODS file and check the file. Then press XLS button in the formats panel. Then the wizard will ask you several questions about the settings (like destination folder, the new file name, etc.). You may skip them all if you like. The program will set the necessary settings itself. By default the converted file will be placed in the source directory. Press Start button to see the new .xls file!

As usual the new version of Total Excel Converter is free to registered users. So if you have already a registered copy of Total Excel Converter just hit Download button. The new version will automatically get registered. New users are most welcome to download the latest version as well;)

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6 comments on “OpenOffice ODS to Microsoft XLS

  1. r vittal says:

    need to convert .ods file to excel

  2. Jacob says:

    Bingo! Thanks for that – it was i was exactly looking for

  3. narendra says:

    need to convert ods to xls

  4. christian Garcia says:

    Need to open Ods file ..

  5. PW says:

    I have just downloaded the last version, do not bother, does not work as of May 13, 2012. – version 1.5.162

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