How to use eePDF PDF to Word Converter as a PDF to OpenOffice converter?

You can use eePDF PDF to Word Converter as a PDF to OpenOffice converter. Without buying a new PDF to OpenOffice converter, you can still convert PDF to OpenOffice documents. When you use eePDF PDF to Word Converter to convert PDF to OpenOffice, it will take you one more step than using a PDF to OpenOffice converter. The following five steps would show you how to convert PDF to OpenOffice in a very quick and easy way. Please go on reading, follow the steps and try to do it by yourself.

Step 1: Download

Click one of the following buttons to start downloading eePDF PDF to Word Converter:
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Step 2: Input the PDF files

The quickest way for you to input the PDF files to eePDF PDF to Word Converter is to drag the PDF files to the list box of eePDF PDF to Word Converter.
You can drag the PDF files one by one to the list box; or
Press Ctrl and select all the PDF files you want to convert, and then drag them all to the list box at one time.

Step 3: Set output format

In the Output Format group box, there are two options:
MS Word Document (*.DOC):the output format which is set by default
Rich Text Format (*. RTF):the documents in RTF format can be read by different word processors, and does not contain hidden, possibly private, data.
Here we choose Rich Text Format (*. RTF).As a matter of fact, both DOC and RTF is proper be the output format for the medium documents, since OpenOffice is able to open documents in DOC and RTF formats.

Step 4: Convert PDF to RTF

Click on the Convert button, which is the fourth button below the list box and combo groups on the eePDF PDF to Word Converter interface.
Select a folder in the tree control of the Browse For Folder dialog box pops out
Click on OK to close the Browse For Folder dialog box and to start converting PDF to RTF.

View the process
You can also view the process of conversion in the progress above the Convert button. It will also show you how many pages of each PDF file have been converted. During the process, the Convert button is temporarily changed to be Stop button, so if you want to cancel the task, you can click on the Stop button. Then, by the way, the Stop button will change back to the Convert button. Normally, the process will take only a few seconds, but if there are dozens of PDF files and the size of source file is large, it will take longer.

Step 5: Convert RTF to OpenOffice

This is the last step to convert PDF to OpenOffice. Since the RTF documents is the medium documents, after you view the effect of the newly created RTF files, please close them. Then you should
Use OpenOffice to open the RTF files;
Click on File ;
Click on Save As to open the Save As dialog box;
Specify SXW as the save as type and save the documents as OpenOffice documents.

Step 6: Evaluation

The following is the comparision between the content of the Source PDF file and the created Office file. As you can see, the OpenOffice document basically retains the original layout of the source PDF file.

What is OpenOffice?

OpenOffice is an open-source office suite for word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, graphics, and databases. It is available for a number of different computer operating systems. All files that stored in internationally recognized formats by OpenOffice can be used in all kinds of software. Even if you have different office suites in two computers, you can work on the same documents in Openoffice in both the computers. This is one of the biggest reasons why people can switch to this office suite without having any issues with doing it. Moreover, OpenOffice is free software, so you are free to download, modify, use and distribute In addition, because OpenOffice is open source, it allows any user to make alterations to the software and release them if the community is likely to benefit.