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revised Create Google Maps screenshots at regular intervals
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asked Create Google Maps screenshots at regular intervals
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comment Powerpoint: how to insert document property (aka 'field') in slide?
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comment Is it possible to set a style to show line continuations in Microsoft Word?
There is a way to convert source code to images. This way if the source code changes, you can regenerate the image that Word uses. This saves you from duplicated code. See also: superuser.com/questions/213217/convert-html-to-image
Nov
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answered How to maintain a hierarchy of Word templates
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comment Convert HTML to image
OpenOffice really isn't a solution. It is slow, buggy, has a vast amount of overhead (i.e., Java), and takes longer to install than wkhtmltoimage. Also, your solution is theoretical. If you create a working batch file that exactly reproduces the results of src2png.bat as given in the correct answer (with transparent background images) and converts HTML in less time than using wkhtmltoimage while being a fully automatic solution, I encourage you to post your results as an alternative. Also, what would be the advantage of replacing wkhtmltoimage with OpenOffice?
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comment Rename sets of files based on size
@Dennis: Could not remove the echo command: it was necessary for validation.