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Can someone please direct me to the documentation about conversion of Multi-page of Text file to 
PNG using LibreOffice API.

Bug link-


If it is not possible to convert a Multi-page text file to PNG using LibreOffice, where it is 
mentioned in the documentation.  Should I send a PR for this, if it is not.

Thanks for your time.

From: aguador <>
Date: Tuesday, 26 September 2023 at 2:49 PM
To: <>
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Help: Convert a Multi-Page Text/word file to PNG using LibreOffice 
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El lun, 25-09-2023 a las 04:20 +0000, Madhu Patel escribió:
Hey folks!

How to convert a Multi-Page Text file to PNG, for example:- I have a
Text document of 5 pages and I want to convert that into PNG. By
default, it's giving a PNG of only 1st page. How to get the PNG file
for ith page using LibreOffice.
I used the PageRange filter like this, but it does not work, it's
also giving the PNG only for 1st page.
Also, I'm not able to generate multiple PNGs for multi-page word
files using the LibreOffice Application
soffice --convert-to

conversionProperties[0] = new;
conversionProperties[0].Name = "FilterName";
conversionProperties[0].Value ="writer_png_Export";

conversionProperties[1] = new;
conversionProperties[1].Name = "PageRange";
conversionProperties[1].Value ="2-";


This does not really solve the direct conversion problem, but given
that the document is short, why no export pdfs of each page and then
convert them to png?


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