Accessing Word documents when you do not have Microsoft Office installed is always a hassle. This is why Convert Word to Video 4dots can come in handy, as it offers a solution to this problem.

In order to make sure all your documents are converted to videos, you first need to add them all to a list. The supported formats are DOCX, DOC and RTF, and you can browse to their location and load them.

Alternatively, you can drag and drop them onto the main window, or load an entire folder altogether (only the compatible files are selected). You can even load a TXT list and speed up the process.

Once you are done adding the source files, you can move on to the next step, that of finding the most appropriate transition effect.

Convert Word to Video 4dots provides with a wide range of options, such as crossfade, fade in/fade out, blur, curtain, slide, zoom in/zoom out and so on.

Unfortunately, you cannot preview them before applying them, so it's a trial and error operation (watch the resulting video and if you are not pleased with the result, simply choose another transition).

You can also select an audio track to be used as the background music (you can loop it as well).

The final step is to settle on the suitable format for converting your Word files. You can choose one of the numerous supported formats, such as AVI, 3GP, MPEG, MOV, MKV, FLV, SWF, VOB and many more.

All in all, due to Convert Word to Video 4dots, you can make sure your colleagues can read your documents even if they do not have Office installed. They simply need a video player and watch it on their PC, smartphone or whatever device they have.