There are three ways to print documents of openoffice to pdf with PDFcamp Printer Pro. This article aims to tell you how to use PDFcamp Printer Pro to convert openoffice file to pdf file singly, in batch or with the command line.
Before starting to process the task, you need to install PDFcamp Printer Pro in your computer:
click the following link: http://www.verypdf.com/pdfcamp/pdfcamp_enterprise.exe, you can get the installer of PDFcamp Printer Pro, then double-click this program to install PDFcamp Printer Pro in your computer with the setup wizard, and here are the three ways to convert openoffice file to pdf file with PDFcamp Printer Pro below:
1. Open the folder of “VeryPDF PDFcamp Printer Pro v2.3”, double-click “BatchPDF.exe”, then you can get the GUI interface, which can help you process this task in batch.
Click “Open” to get the dialog box for selecting the openoffice files in batch, then please click “Open” of dialog box, you can get the pdf files added into the folder of the openoffice files automatically.
2. Open a openoffice file, then click “File” > select “Print” on the dropdown list to get the print panel, then select “General” > click “PDFcamp Printer” > click “Print”, then you can get a dialog box for saving the objective pdf file, then please select the destination folder > click “Save”, then the pdf file can be printed automatically and quickly from the conversion of openoffice to pdf singly.
3. Open the command prompt window, which is the running environment of the command line for Windows systems: click “Start” > select “Run” on start menu > type “cmd.exe” and click “ok” in the dialog box of “Run”. Then at the current directory, please refer to the rule to input the command line in the command prompt window:
cd<space>the path of the folder containing “BatchPDF.exe”<enter>
- cd<space>the path of the folder containing “BatchPDF.exe”<enter> is to change directory and enter into the folder containing “BatchPDF.exe” with the click on “enter”
- BatchPDF.exe<space>source.xxx<space>objective.pdf<enter> is to launch the main converter, add the source file and customize the objective pdf with the file name and the file extension, then click “enter” to start the conversion
Here is the real conversion in the command prompt window, which may be helpful to you in details:
At the end of this article, which is about how to convert openoffice to pdf with PDFcamp Printer Pro, if you have an interest on the purchase of PDFcamp Printer Pro, you can click this link to go to the transaction page to buy it online: http://www.verypdf.com/order_pdfcamppro.html.