Doc to Any Converter Command Line
I downloaded the demo to see if this product can work for us.
doc2any.exe -width 50 -useoffice 0 Impact_2003.doc Impact_2003.pdf
For the USEOFFICE, I have changed to 0 or 1 and yet my PDF looks the same.
QUESTION: Does Doc2any.exe use the parameter -useoffice ?
If so , what am I doing wrong?
I have also downloaded the Doc to Any Converter SDK/COM Version.
example_vc_test.exe -width 50 -useoffice 0 Impact_2003.doc Impact_2003.pdf example_vc_test.exe -width 50 -useoffice 1 Impact_2003.doc Impact_2003.pdf
That worked OK, There was some differ in the two PDF and that is what I expected,
"-useoffice 1" will use MS Office, "-useoffice 0" will not use MS Office.
We suggest you may add -useprinter option to try again, we hoping "-useprinter -useoffice 1" parameters will work fine to you,
doc2any.exe -useprinter -width 50 -useoffice 1 Impact_2003.doc Impact_2003.pdf
What I am trying to do,eventually, is to get an ASP web page to call
this Doc2Any.exe on a server. The server does NOT have MS Office installed on it.
Can this be done with Doc2Any.exe?
Do you have any suggestions in doing this?
I'm concerned about how the PDF would look when created.
I'm running test on a file as .DOC and the same one saved as a .DOCX
Some of our users could create a .DOC while other users could create .DOCX.
I cannot put Doc2Any on our server because our network administrators are extremely
cautious. We just had a server to get infected with a virus.
While in the testing mode, I'm using it on XP. I have tested on 2 XP.
One XP has MS Word 2003(.doc) and the other has MS Word 2007( .docx)
On the XP with Word 2007,For the USEOFFICE, I have changed to 0 or 1 and my PDF looks different.
This is what I would expect.
On the XP with Word 2003,For the USEOFFICE, I have changed to 0 or 1 and my PDF looks the same.
I have already spent a lot of time on this.
If your system has MS Word 2003 installed, doc2any.exe will print the DOC file to PDF file directly, so you will get same PDF file no matter "-useoffice 1" or "-useoffice 0" used.
>>Can DocToAny work without the need for user to install MS Office?
Yes, our DOC to Any Converter Command Line does convert office documents to PDF files without MS Office installed. DOC to Any Converter Command Line will work by following solutions:
1. If your system has MS Office 2007 + PDF&XPS addon installed, DocToAny will use PDF&XPS addon to save MS Office documents to PDF and XPS files,
2. If your system has MS Office installed but without PDF&XPS addon, DocToAny will use MS Office to print documents to PDF and XPS files,
3. If your system hasn't MS Office installed, but have OpenOffice installed, DocToAny will use OpenOffice to convert documents,
4. If your system hasn't both MS Office and OpenOffice installed, DocToAny will use ourself's DOC/RTF render to convert DOC and RTF formats to other formats, but doc2any will not support PPT and XLS formats at this time.
In general, you can do following conversions if your system hasn't MS Word and OpenOffice installed,
1. RTF to HTML without MS Word or OpenOffice,
2. RTF to DOC without MS Word or OpenOffice,
3. RTF to PDF without MS Word or OpenOffice,
4. DOC to HTML without MS Word or OpenOffice,
5. DOC to RTF without MS Word or OpenOffice,
6. DOC to PDF without MS Word or OpenOffice,