You can convert document of OpenOffice to ppm easily if you choose the application docPrint Document Converter Professional as your tool. As a professional document converter, docPrint Document Converter Professional (docPrint Pro) can convert any printable documents to many kinds of image formats. With three internal applications, you can finish your word more conveniently if you can choose a suitable one.
The three applications in docPrint Pro are GUI application, command line application and virtual printer application. The GUI application is good at batch converter, in other words, if you want to convert many documents to images, you can choose the GUI application. The command line application can be used to develop software. The virtual printer application is a good tool to save paper and ink. At the same time, you can also use the virtual printer application docPrint to be a document converter because it has the ability of the document converter.
This article will show you how to convert OpenOffice to ppm with docPrint. But you should download docPrint Pro at http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/docprint_pro_setup.exe for smoothly using docPrint. docPrint is easy to use and you just need to print a printable document to docPrint to launch it. Please see the specific steps in the following contents.
1. If you have set docPrint as the default printer on your computer, you can right click on the OpenOffice document and click “Print” option to run docPrint at once. If not, please open the OpenOffice document at first and you should click “File”—“Print” to open “Print” dialog box. The hot key “Ctrl”+ “P” can also do the same work. In the “Print” dialog box, you should choose “docPrint” as current printer in “Printer” combo box and click “Print” button to close the dialog box.
2. In the popup “docPrint” interface, you are able to see some functions in the toolbar and a small dialog box named as “Option Settings” on the right. Please don’t care about them. You just need to open the “Save As” dialog box by clicking “File”—“Save as” or clicking the “Save File” button which looks like a floppy disk in the toolbar. You can also use the hot key “Ctrl”+ “S” on your keyboard.
3. Please see the “Save As” dialog box in Figure1, in which you can make some changes to the target file and run the conversion from OpenOffice to ppm. Firstly, you should locate the target file in some folder of your computer in “Save in” combo box. Secondly, please input the name for the target file in “File name” edit box. In “Save as type” combo box, you can find the right output format from various supported formats. Lastly, please click on “Save” button.
When the conversion from OpenOffice to ppm is running, you will see a green progress bar at the bottom of “docPrint” interface and it will be empty again when the conversion is completed. Then you can find the target file in the specified location you have set.