There’s no built-in option to export to this format. You would need to find an OpenOffice API that you can call from LotusScript or Java, and make calls to that to build your document. I don’t know whether such an API exists. You can export to some other format and open it using OpenOffice, however. Note that the export functions are not available from LotusScript — @Command([FileExport]; …) is what you need. I don’t know why you are insisting that the action button must be LotusScript, but you can create actions that use a mix of languages by, for instance, calling a LS agent, then a macro agent, then a LS agent.