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Is there a way to convert a Document that you create in Google Docs to .docx or .odt?

Edit: To be more specific, I am looking for a software that would be able to archive this.

  • Software recommendations are off-topic in this site. Try Software Recommendations. – Rubén Jan 8 at 8:24
  • Google Docs allows you to download the file: File > Download As. Is this not sufficient for what you need? .docx and .odt are both supported file formats for download. – OnenOnlyWalter Jan 8 at 18:00
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Updated answer

(following OP's comment)

To convert Google Docs en masse in a folder:

  1. Select all of them using Shift or/and CTRL (Cmd for Mac)
  2. Right click and select Download.
  3. The Drive automatically converts all the selected documents and packs them into a ZIP file.
  4. Save the created zip file. When un-zipped all files are converted.

Original answer

You can do that right from within the menu in Google Sheets.

File > Download > pick one

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  • Can this be done using an API? I only found similar endpoint for drive, but i need to convert files... – Matej J Jan 7 at 22:06
  • Please keep in mind that questions about desktop software or web application recommendation, are considered off-topic on this site. At the risk of being downvoted or even closed, I suggest you limit your question to Google Drive. – marikamitsos Jan 7 at 23:50

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