You are allowed to convert the document of OpenOffice to miff within three steps only by some easy clicks if you can choose the application Document Converter. It is one excellent product of VeryPDF. It can convert any printable document to many kinds of image formats and you can download it at the following website: http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/docprint_pro_setup.exe.
With three internal applications, Document Converter seems more convenient to many users for solving different problems. If you are a software developer, you may need the command line application. If you want to convert documents to images in batch, you can choose the GUI application. If you are an office worker and need to print documents everyday, you can use the virtual printer application for saving paper and ink.
At the same time, the virtual printer of Document Converter—docPrint is also a powerful document converter which can also convert any printable documents to image formats, including document of OpenOffice to miff. It is easy to use and you just need to print the document to docPrint, then you can use it freely. Let’s see the conversion steps below together.
At first, you should run the printer driver. Please open the document to be converted and click “File”—“Print” to open the “Print” dialog box and you should choose “docPrint” as the printer in “Printer” combo box. Then click on “Print” button to continue the work. For convenience, you can also use the hot key “Ctrl”+ “P” to open the “Print” dialog box. If you have set docPrint as the default printer, you just need to right click on the document and choose “Print” in the dropdown list to run docPrint directly.
Then, please open the “Save As” dialog box and there are three offered methods in this article. You should choose any one of them. Of course, you can also use your own way. If you like, welcome to share your ways with us by leaving messages. You can click the “Save File” button which looks like a floppy disk in the toolbar. Or press “Ctrl”+ “S” combination. You can also use the regular way to click “File”—“Save As”.
At last, please save the target file in “Save As” dialog box. You should finish some operations which will be mentioned below. Please find a location for the target file in “Save in” combo box. You need to input the name for the target file in “File name” edit box. To choose the right output format, you should select one in “Save as type” combo box. Then please click on “Save” button. The Figure1 shows you the “Save As” dialog box.
You can see the target file in the specified location when the conversion from document of OpenOffice to miff is finished. The conversion steps are so easy that you can do it very well and please try it yourself!