For the purpose of converting document of OpenOffice to xbm, you should choose such a kind of application which supports this function. The application Document Converter can do it perfectly for you because it is a professional document converter which has the ability to convert any printable documents to image formats.
Document Converter supplies three internal applications which are for different people with different purposes. If you need to convert documents to images in batch, the GUI application can help you. If you want to develop some kind of new software basing on Document Converter, you can choose the command line application. If you want to scale page size for saving paper and ink when printing documents, please use the virtual printer application.
In fact, the virtual printer application docPrint can also be seen as a document converter which owns a friendly interface and you can master it fast because docPrint is easy to use. Of course you can convert document of OpenOffice to xbm with the help of docPrint. But you should download Document Converter at first for using docPrint at http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/docprint_pro_setup.exe. In the end of the installation, you will be reminded whether to set docPrint as the default printer. If you convert document to image usually, “Yes” is surely recommended.
1. At the beginning of the conversion from document of OpenOffice to xbm, you should open the OpenOffice document in OpenOffice program. Then please click “File” and click “Print” in the dropdown list to open the “Print” dialog box. The hot key “Ctrl”+ “P” can also do this for you. Just choose “docPrint” as the current printer in “Printer” combo box and click “Print” button to close the dialog box. If docPrint is the default printer, please right click the OpenOffice document and choose “Print” option instead of opening the file.
2. You will see the docPrint main window at once, in which you should try to open the “Save As” dialog box. Then please use the hot key “Ctrl”+ “S” to open the “Save As” dialog box or click the “Save File” button in the toolbar. The button looks like a floppy disk. You can also click “File”—“Save as” for opening the “Save As” dialog box.
3. Then please see the “Save As” dialog box in Figure1. This dialog box gives you some combo boxes and one edit box which are used to set parameters to the target file. You can specify the location for the target file in “Save in” combo box and input the name in “File name” edit box. You should ensure the output format in “Save as type” combo box and click “Save” button to run the conversion from OpenOffice to xbm.
To get the target file, you should open the output directory when the conversion from OpenOffice to xbm is over. Please see the target file in some kind of image viewing or processing program. To get more information about Document Converter, please click here.