EPI format is a kind of compressed archive created by EclipsePackager2000 which is a program for splitting and compressing files. EPI files are used to separate large files into smaller segments for distribution over the email, Internet, or other external media. For the purpose of converting odt to epi, you can try the powerful document converter application docPrint Document Converter Professional.
docPrint Document Converter Professional (docPrint Pro) is a software product that dynamically converts MS Excel, PowerPoint, Word, OpenOffice, WordPerfect, AutoCAD DWG, PostScript, Adobe Acrobat PDF and many other document types to image formats such as PostScript, EPS, XPS, PCL, JPEG, TIFF, PNG, Adobe Acrobat PDF, PCX, EMF, WMF, GIF, TGA, PIC, PCD and so on.
docPrint Pro works in three versions—GUI version, command line version and virtual printer version. If you often convert documents to images in batch, the GUI version will be a convenient and fast helper to you. If you are a software developer, the command line version may be taken in your work. If you want to save paper and ink when you print documents, the virtual printer will be a better choice.
As a Windows printer, the virtual printer docPrint can also act as a document converter which can help you convert odt to epi within three steps. For using docPrint, please download docPrint Pro at http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/docprint_pro_setup.exe and install it on your computer.
You should print the ODT document to docPrint for running it. Open the ODT document and click “File”—“Print” to open the “Print” dialog box. Then please choose the “docPrint” as your printer in “Printer” combo box and click “Print” button. If you have set docPrint as the default printer, please right click on the ODT document and click “Print” option in the dropdown list.
The second step of the conversion from odt to epi is to open the “Save As” dialog box for making changes and running the conversion. You can click “File” and click “Save as” in dropdown list to open the “Save As” dialog box. Or use the “Save File” button which looks like a floppy disk in the toolbar. The combination “Ctrl”+ “S” will also do you a favor in this step.
In the end of the conversion, please set some parameters for the target file. In “Save in” combo box, you are able to set the location for the target file. In “File name” edit box, please input the name for the target file. In “Save as type” combo box, the output format can be chosen. Then please click on “Save” button. For your better understanding this step, please see “Save As” dialog box in Figure1.
About several seconds later, you will get the target file in the set location. Please use some image viewing application to browse your target file. If you want to read more articles about docPrint, please visit the blog: VeryPDF Knowledge Base.