If I understand the question right...

Convert "equity" to "odds", just divide one equity by the other.

Example:

If you have 25% equity, then the other players have 75% equity combined, so you are a 3:1 dog to win the hand.

You can't really use "outs" preflop because with so many cards yet to come, there are just too many combinations.

If you don't have

Equilab already, get it.

One of the best things in Equilab is the Equity trainer.

Use it to practice estimating your pre-flop equity.

**post**-flop though, you can use your outs to calculate your hand odds and compare them to pot odds.

This is covered in the

strategy article "Odd and Outs"