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Apparently LibreOffice tries to use ISO-8859-1 by default, which is causing the problem. In response to this bug report, a new parameter --infilter has been added. The following command produces U+2014 em dash: libreoffice --convert-to csv --infilter=CSV:44,34,76,1 --headless --outdir dir file.xlsx I tested this with LO 184.108.40.206. From the bug report, it ...
You could try, $ libreoffice --convert-to \ > csv:"Text - txt - csv (StarCalc)":"44,34,0,1,,0" \ > --headless --outdir dir file.xlsx Here, you have a very detailed help about.
As far as I know there is nothing that can read .pages documents on Linux. However, if you cannot obtain the document in another file format, you can register for free to Apple's iCloud service (https://www.icloud.com/), upload your document there, and download it in either .docx or .pdf format. This is of course less than ideal, but at least you can view ...
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