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Convert Microsoft Word Open XML macro-enabled document template to AbiWord document.

We have found one software suitable in our database for this conversion.

Microsoft Word templates in DOTM format might be used as basis for created AbiWord documents, simply by opening the DOTM templates in any ABW supporting word processor and saving them to AbiWord document.

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Convert from dotm file

NoYesNodotm editorNoNoNoNo

to abw file

Yes, AbiWord supports abw file conversion as a target file type.YesYesabw editorYesNoNoNo

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Additional links: dotm file extension details, abw file extension details

DOTM

A dotm file extension is related to Microsoft Word 2007 and later. A dotm file stores Open XML macro-enabled document template.

ABW

Files with abw file extension can be typically found as documents created and saved using the AbiWord word processor.

 

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