I’m by no means an Emacs org-mode power user - in fact, anything but - but I do use org-mode a lot for note taking and also when I need an outliner to try and arrange ideas in a suitable manner. It excels at both, and usually does what I need including exporting to HTML. Exporting to HTML covers about 90% of my use cases. As much as I’d like to, LaTeX does not feature in my needs, but I needed to export an org-mode file for use with Microsoft Word. While there is no exporter directing into docx format, Microsoft Word can read ODT (OpenDocument Text) and guess what, org-mode does include an exporter for ODT. Problem solved, and I hope this information helps if you’re running into the same problem.
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