OpenDocument Graphic Template
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What is an OTG file?
An OTG file is a drawing template created by various vector graphics applications, such as OpenOffice Draw and LibreOffice Draw. It contains a drawing with content and a layout Draw users can replicate to create .ODG drawings. OTG files are saved in a file package in the OASIS OpenDocument standard with XML formatting.
When you save a graphic template with Draw, the application creates an OTG file to store the layout and contents. After saving the file, you can close the template, re-open it, then continue modifying it. To create an OTG file with Draw, select File → New → Drawing, modify the drawing, then select File → Save As... and choose "ODF Drawing Template (.odg)" from the file type dropdown menu.
NOTE: Apache OpenOffice was formerly known as OpenOffice.org. The Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS) maintains the OpenDocument standard.
How to open an OTG file
How to convert an OTG file
OpenOffice Draw can convert OTG files to many file types, including the following formats:
- .ODG - OpenDocument Graphic
- .JPG - JPEG Image
- .PNG - Portable Network Graphic
- .BMP - Bitmap Image
- .EMF - Enhanced Windows Metafile
- .WMF - Windows Metafile
- .EPS - Encapsulated PostScript
- .GIF - Graphical Interchange Format
- .SVG - Scalable Vector Graphics File
- .TIFF - Tagged Image File Format
- .PDF - Portable Document Format