where can I get those formatted add-ons...
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An .odt file is a text document created with Writer, the OpenOffice.org and StarOffice word processor; formatted using the OASIS OpenDocument XML-based standard.
OpenDocument Text files can be opened and edited with any OpenOffice-compatible program, including: OpenOffice.org Writer, Sun Microsystems Writer (included with StarOffice), AbiSource AbiWord, Microsoft Word with OpenXML/ODF Translator Add-in and IBM Lotus Notes 8 or later. They can also be imported into Google Docs, Google's Web-based word processor and spreadsheet application.
.dll = Dynamic Link Library (Most common)
A .dll file is a compiled library file containing a set of procedures and/or drivers that are referenced and executed by a program; allows multiple programs to access shared system functions through common libraries; may be dynamically linked into a program at runtime.
Many DLL files are provided with the Windows operating system, and others are included by Windows programs; they allow various program functions, such as communication with external devices and hard disk input and output; they may also be referenced by Mac cross-platform applications.
NOTE: Deleting or modifying the contents of a DLL file may cause errors within the program that references the file; for this reason, DLL files generally should not be opened or edited.
Program(s) that open dll files include: Windows Microsoft Visual Studio, Microsoft Visual Fox Pro and Resource Hacker (ResHacker).
More info on the thousands of various file extensions can be found here: http://www.fileinfo.com/
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