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This conversion is most likely related to attempts of importing OpenDocument drawings (.odg) and using them for Microsoft Publisher document (.pub), something that is most likely not possible. You would need to convert odg to some standard picture format (for example JPEG) that is supported in Publisher and import that to the program.

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.


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The odg file extension is used for graphic drawing created in OpenOffice.org Draw program, part of OpenOffice.org suite. Vector based format.

An odg file suffix is associated with the Object-based Visual Application Language developed by Psion.


Files with pub file extension are in most cases documents created in Microsoft Publisher, a desktop publishing application from Microsoft Office suite. PUB documents are much more complex than common Word files and give more emphasis to design and page layout, rather than actual text.

Files with pub suffix may be also found as public key files from the Pretty Good Privacy data protection software.

Files with pub extension might also be templates for Print Perfect Gold printing software.

Files with pub extension can be also found as document publications from Ventura Publisher, Adobe Pagemaker and other mainly older programs.

Files with pub extension can also be found with publication source data for NeoBook rapid application builder.


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