It is really an easy task for converting document of OpenOffice to avs if you can choose a right and suitable application tool. So which a the “right and suitable” application for this conversion and with which method you can fulfill the conversion perfectly and swiftly? In this article, you will get these answers.
Which is the “right and suitable” application?
The professional document converter docPrint Document Converter Professional will play this role. It is also called as docPrint Pro for short. In fact, it is a professional document converter which is able to convert any printable documents to image formats. Such as Word to JPEG, Excel to TIFF, OpenOffice to avs and so on. There are three applications in docPrint Pro—GUI application, command line application and the virtual printer application and you can choose any one according to your needs.
What deserved to be mentioned here is that the virtual printer application docPrint is also a document converter with a friendly interface at the same time. With docPrint, you can convert document of OpenOffice to avs within three steps.
Which method you should take for the conversion?
At the beginning of the conversion from OpenOffice to avs, you should open the document to be converted and click “File”—“Print” or use the hot key “Ctrl”+ “P” to open the “Print” dialog box. In “Printer” combo box of “Print” dialog box, you should choose “docPrint” as the current one and then you should click the “Print” button. If docPrint has been set as the default printer, you should right click the document and click “Print” option in the dropdown list for directly running docPrint.
Then you will see the “docPrint” main window on the screen of your computer and you should open the “Save As” dialog box. You can click “File” and click “Save as” option in the dropdown list. You can press the hot key “Ctrl”+ “S” combination. You can also click the button which seems like a floppy disk in the toolbar.
The last steps is to save target file and run the conversion from OpenOffice to avs in the “Save As” dialog box which is shown in Figure1. The “Save in” combo box allows you to save the target file in some location of your computer. The “File name” edit box enables you to input the output file name. The “Save as type” combo box can supply all the supported output formats of docPrint and you should choose a right one. Then please click on “Save” button.
To find the target file in the specified location marks the end of the conversion. If you want to see more functions about docPrint, please visit the following link: http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/index.html.