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I've been using the Bibledit export function trying to get to
something of a draft I'm willing to share, but since Bibledit,
USFM and OpenOffice are all new to me, I've been facing a steep
learning curve. (I usually work in Nisus Writer Pro on Mac, and am
used to its styles, etc.).
I tried saving the OO file as .rtf, and it worked after a manner of speaking. Some tweaking needed, but I'm not sure how much. If I could learn to do it all in OpenOffice, that'd be better, since then there is a free option to teach to others…
Anyway, thanks for your vote in favor of Bibledit's export rather than PTXprint's. I just assumed PTXprint's was more robust. One thing I like about what I saw on the internet about PTXprint's output is the polyglots (apparently still not accessible via the UI). That's something I've dreamed of doing for years. I'll keep pursuing these things until I can get comfortable with a process that is acceptable, Lord willing.
Thanks for the advice. Keep it coming!
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