Use DOC to Any Converter to convert Excel documents to BMP files

Hi,

I have been testing your Doc 2 Any Command Line program using it as a way of batch converting files but have since run out of trial attempts, It works perfectly for Word but have hit a few problems with excel such as saving the whole sheet instead of just the data in a sheet which makes the files too large (3gb!!!) . Therefore we are having to adopt a two step approach,  Excel to PDF and TXT then PDF to BMP. Is there an easier solution?

I was wondering if you could also provide me with another 300 trail attempts? just so I can finish testing before we look to purchase the full product?

Kind Regards
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Hi,

>>Therefore we are having to adopt a two step approach,  Excel to PDF and TXT then PDF to BMP. Is there an easier solution?

You can run following command line to convert your Excel document to black and white TIFF image,

Doc2any.exe -useprinter -useoffice 1 -compression 32773 -bitcount 1 -xres 300 -yres 300 C:\test.xls C:\out.tif

Above command line will convert your XLS document to black and white TIFF image at 300DPI and PACKBITS compression.

>>I was wondering if you could also provide me with another 300 trail attempts? just so I can finish testing before we look to purchase the full product?

Doc2any.exe does count the trial times automatically, after trial times is expired, we are unable to reset it again. However, we suggest you may copy doc2any.exe and dependent files to another system, you can evaluate doc2any.exe on your another system continue.

VeryPDF
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Hi again,

The solutions were great - thank you, another query is docm/xlsm to bmp/txt, is this possible?

Kind Regards
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Doc2any.exe does support docm/xlsm to bmp/txt conversion, you may run it in command line to try, if you can't get it work, you may simple rename .docm to .doc, .xlsm to .xls first, and run doc2any.exe to convert docm/xlsm to bmp/txt again, then you will get it work.

VeryDOC
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We have tested this and when we pass through a .docm as a .doc the macro's within a document is run, is there a way to convert the document but prevent the macros from running??

Kind Regards
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Thanks for your message, Doc to Any Command Line hasn't an option to suppress macros in docm format in the current version, however, your suggestion is great, we will try to implement this function in the future.

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