Convert OpenOffice to image by command line?

The application Document Converter allows you to convert any printable documents to image formats. So if you want to convert the document of OpenOffice to image, you can use Document Converter as your helper. It also supplies three kinds of internal applications which can meet different needs.

For example, if you are familiar with command line or you want to develop some kind of new software basing on Document Converter, you can choose the command line application. If you want to convert documents to images in batch, you can take the GUI application as your helper and you can complete the conversion in a friendly and clear user interface. If you want to scale the page size or combine several pages on one single sheet, you can choose the virtual printer application.

If you need to convert the document of OpenOffice to image by command line, of course the command line application doc2pdf.exe is the best choice to you for it is easy to master and it allows you to finish the conversion within three steps. Please download the command line application at the following website: and then you need to install it on your computer. The executable file will appear in the installation folder after the installation.

The following contents are about how to convert document of OpenOffice to image by doc2pdf.exe.

1. The MS-DOS prompt window must be opened as first and their are two methods given below. You can choose one of them to open MS-DOS interface.

(1) The regular way: Please click “Start”—“Run” to open “Run” dialog box in which you are able to input “cmd” in “Open” combo box and you should click “OK” button to close the current dialog box.

(2) The quick way: To open the same “Run” dialog box, you can also use the hot key “Window”+ “R”.

2. Please input the command line which contains called program, source file and target file in MS-DOS interface. You can refer to the basic command line template to write your own one.

doc2pdf -i D:\file1.odt -o C:\file2.bmp

doc2pdf stands for the called program.

-i D:\file1.odt stands for the input file.

-o C:\file2.bmp stands for the output file.

The specific command line will be like the following example and you need to use the path of each parameter.

"C:\Program Files\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe" -i "D:\file-in.odt" -o D:\file-out.bmp

(NOTE: Here we take ODT document and BMP format image as the example of input and output files.)

In the command line,

"C:\Program Files\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe" is the path of doc2pdf.exe and you can copy it and paste it in the command line window.

-i "D:\file-in.odt" is the path of the source file, which also need to be inputted into the command line window. If the path is too long to input, you can directly drag the file you need into the command line window.

-o D:\file-out.bmp is the path of target file, which you should specify yourself.

For running the conversion from the document of OpenOffice to bmp, please hit “Enter” button on your keyboard.

These are all the operations about converting the document of OpenOffice to image file. If you want to get some more information about Document Converter, please click here to enter its homepage.

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