You are allowed to convert the document of OpenOffice to jbg in no more than three steps just be some easy clicks if you choose docPrint Document Converter Professional as your tool because it is an excellent document converter which can convert many types of printable documents to various image formats. In this article, you will see how to convert OpenOffice to jbg with the virtual printer application docPrint.
Three applications are included in docPrint Document Converter Professional which is also called as docPrint Pro. Besides the virtual printer to be introduced in the following contents, there are also the GUI application, command line application in it. The GUI application can be used in batch conversion and the command line application is a good assistant for many software developers. The virtual printer docPrint is not only a simple Windows printer which can save ink and paper by controlling the page size, it is also a document converter which can convert documents to images.
You should download docPrint Pro at http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/docprint_pro_setup.exe if you want to use docPrint. After the installation, you will see docPrint in the printer list when you click “Start”—“Printers and Faxes”. The conversion from OpenOffice to jbg will start!
- You should open a document of OpenOffice in the OpenOfficic program and please click “File”—“Print” for opening the “Print” dialog box. The hot key “Ctrl”+ “P” also aims at the same purpose. Please choose “docPrint” as the printer in “Printer” combo box and click “Print” button. You can right click the document to be converted and choose the “Print” option in the dropdown list to run docPrint directly.
- Then please try to open the “Save As” dialog box through the popup “docPrint” main window. You can click “File”—“Save as” or click the “Save File” button in the toolbar. Or press “Ctrl”+ “S” on the keyboard at the same time. If you have some other good idea about opening the “Save As” dialog box, welcome to leave messages.
- In “Save As” dialog box, please choose the location for the output file in “Save in” combo box. The “File name” edit box allows you to input the name for the output file. In “Save as type” combo box, please choose the right output format. At last, please click on the “Save” button to save all the settings. Please see the “Save As” dialog box in Figure1.
The conversion from OpenOffice to jbg will come to the end several seconds later. As you see, the whole conversion process costs no more than 2 minutes and docPrint is really easy to use that you can master it perfectly in a short time. So please download it and try it yourself.