I did not say “convert”. I said “rename”. Since you posted a link, that is not needed anyway.
That MKF17368 connector is electrically trivial. It just straight through connects 8 wires at one end to 8 pairs of slots at the other end. It does not need a pcb foot print at all. It would connect (I expect) to a header on the pcb, but that is a different part. Since internally, it is just wires, the schematic view can be one of the standard headers. Breadboard view is (electrically) 3 Fritzing connectors per position, all wired together (a bus). All that is needed is an SVG image, probably in close to end on perspective view, of the connector. The view chosen to allow access to all of the connection points, but now use up too much space. Alternatively, a flatter (side) view would work, making the image more recognizable, but using more space, and fudging the positions of the slots under the part.