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.ODM File Extension

File Type 1OpenDocument Master Document

DeveloperOASIS
Popularity
3.5 (6 Votes)
CategoryText Files
FormatBinary

Binary

This file is saved in a binary format, which requires a specific program to read its contents.

What is an ODM file?

Master text document created by Apache OpenOffice or another word processor that supports the OpenDocument standard; saves links to external files that contain the document content; may also include a table of contents and an index.

More Information

Master documents enable multiple writers to work on separate pieces of a large document at the same time. This is useful when authoring books, periodicals, or other large compilations.

NOTE: ODM files use the XML-based formatting specified in the OASIS OpenDocument standard. Apache OpenOffice was previously known as OpenOffice.org.

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Programs that open ODM files
Windows
Apache OpenOffice
LibreOffice
Mac
Apache OpenOffice
LibreOffice
Linux
Apache OpenOffice
LibreOffice
Updated 7/26/2013

File Type 2OverDrive Media File

DeveloperOverDrive
Popularity
3.1 (12 Votes)
CategoryAudio Files
FormatN/A

Unknown

File format categories include Binary, Text, XML, and Zip. The format of this file type has not been determined.

.ODM File Association 2

Media file shortcut to a file located in the Digital Library Reserve, such as an audio book, eBook, or music file; processed by the OverDrive Media Console, which will download the actual media file when the ODM file is opened.

Programs that open ODM files
Windows
OverDrive Media Console
Mac
OverDrive Media Console
iOS
OverDrive Media Console
Android
OverDrive Media Console
Windows Phone
OverDrive Media Console
Updated 12/28/2007

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