How to convert Word document to Postscript?

You can use VeryPDF Document Converter (docPrint Pro) V5 to convert Word document to Postscript file easily. Most of you are familiar with Word document, but do you know what Postscript is? If you can’t even tell what file extensions do Postscript files have, allow me to briefly introduce Postscript at first.

PostScript is a programming language developed by Adobe to describe how a page is to be printed or displayed. It describes the nature of the content rather than the look of a file. One advantage of PostScript is that its content can be scaled to any size without any loss in quality. A PostScript file often has file extension of .ps or .eps.

Assuming you have installed VeryPDF Document Converter in your computer, let’s see how to convert Word to Postscript by this software  :

Step 1: run VeryPDF Document Converter

Step 2: add Word files

  • You can drag the Word document to the list box directly or
  • Click on Add File(s) >>select the Word document you want to convert and press Open on the prompt >> press Setting >> select “.ps”on the output format menu and don’t forget to press OK.

Step 3: Conversion

Press Start and after you select the directory to save the file, press the Save button. Then, the software starts converting Word to Postscript.The process only takes a few seconds. When the icon of docPrint Pro disappears from the taskbar in the down-right corner of your computer screen, it means the conversion from Word to Postscript is finished. And you can check the content of the  converted Postscript automatically opened by the computer.

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