EPS or Encapsulated PostScript is a standard graphics file format for exchanging images, drawings (such as a logo or map) or even layouts of complete pages. An EPS file internally contains a description of such an object or layout using the PostScript page description language. It can include both bitmap and vector data. The purpose of an EPS file is to be included in other pages. Sometimes EPS files are called EPSF files. EPS files have the extension .eps or .epsf. EPS files are more or less self-contained, reasonably predictable PostScript documents that describe an image or drawing and can be placed within another PostScript document.
One of the quickest ways to convert OpenOffice to EPS is to use a document converter. This article will take VeryPDF docPrint Pro for instance to show you how to convert a file of OpenOffice to EPS image.
Step 1: Run VeryPDF docPrint Pro
Step 2: Drag the file you want to convert from OpenOffice to EPS image to the list box of the application.
Step 3: Set the output format to EPS
After click the second button “Setting” near the bottom of the application panel, select the output format to “.eps” on the drop-down menu next to “Output Format” in the prompt box. And click “OK” to finish setting.
Step 4: Start converting OpenOffice to EPS
After you click the third button on the panel of docPrint, a box will pop out to navigate you to select a directory to save the file converted from OpenOffice to EPS. You should type a name in to the edit box next to “File Name” and click “”Save” to start converting the file from OpenOffice to EPS.
While it is processing, an icon looks like a printer will appear in the status bar on the right-down corner of the screen. When this icon disappears, it means the conversion is finished, and the image converted from OpenOffice to EPS opens by default. The following screenshot illustrates the effect of the image from OpenOffice to EPS.