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  1. I have made srt files for dubbing purposes and want to convert them to .odt files so i can print out the lines with the timecodes. How do i do that?
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  2. Open the .srt in Subtitle Edit. Select "File -> Export -> Plain Text" and tick the "Show Time Code" (and maybe "Show Line Number") and export it as text.

    Open the .txt file in Open Office and save as .odt

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    SRT format is text and you can load it into Word and print
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