Do you want to convert document of OpenOffice to svg in a short time within a few steps? Are you finding an application which supports to convert the printable documents to image formats? If so, you will be pleased by this article because it will give you a good recommend about one application—Document Converter which is a professional document converter used to convert any printable documents to various image formats.
The input document types supported by Document Converter is MS Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF, OpenOffice and so on and the output format are TGA, BMP, GIF, JPEG, TIFF, PNG, PNM, MNG and so on. According to your needs, you can choose any internal application of Document Converter. If you want to convert documents to images in batch, you can use the GUI application. If you want to develop software, the command line application may do you a favor. If you want to print documents and want to save paper and ink, please use the virtual printer application.
Moreover, the virtual printer application docPrint is also a document converter which is able to convert printable documents to image formats in a friendly interface within three steps, which is easy enough and you can master it in a short time. To use docPrint, you should download Document Converter at http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/docprint_pro_setup.exe. Please see the conversion steps in the following contents.
Step1—Run the printer driver
You can set docPrint as the default printer when you install Document Convert to your computer. If so, you can directly run docPrint by right clicking the OpenOffice document and choosing “Print” option in the dropdown list. If docPrint is not the default printer, please open the document and use the hot key “Ctrl”+ “P” or click “File”—“Print” to open “Print” dialog box. Then please choose “docPrint” as current printer in “Printer” combo box and click “Print” button.
Step2—Open the “Save As” dialog box
The second step of the conversion from document of OpenOffice to svg is to open the “Save As” dialog box by the popup docPrint interface. You can click “File”—“Save as” or click the “Save File” button to open the “Save As” dialog box or use the hot key “Ctrl”+ “S” combination which is often taken by many people when they want to save files.
Step3—Save the target file
The last step is to save the target file. In the “Save As” dialog box which is shown in Figure1, you should do the following operations to complete the conversion from document of OpenOffice to svg. Firstly, please specify the output location in “Save in” combo box. Secondly, you should input the name of the target file in “File name” edit box. Thirdly, please choose the right output format in “Save as type” combo box and lastly, you should click on “Save” button.
These are all the steps about converting document of OpenOffice to svg. As you see, they are simply easy and you can do it perfectly well. If you want to read more articles about docPrint, please enter the blog: VeryPDF Knowledge Base.