How to convert PowerPoint to TIFF image?

TIFF is the abbreviation for Tagged Image File Format, which is a file format for storing images. This format is widely supported by image-manipulation,  word processing, scanning, optical character recognition, and other applications. You can easily find many document converters on the internet, but not all of them can support PPT to TIFF conversion.  This article would like to recommend a very useful all-to-all document converter, VeryPDF docPrint Pro, to help you convert PPT to TIFF image. The following part will show you how to use VeryPDF docPrint Pro to convert PPT to TIFF image.

Step 1:  Run DOS

Click  “Start” >> select “Run”>> type “cmd” in the add box on the right of “Open”>>click “OK”.

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Step 2: Find the executable file of VeryPDF docPrint

Click “Start”>>right click on the icon of docPrint Document Converter with the mouse>>click  “Properties”>>

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When you will see the following box pops out, click “Find Target…”, and find the file named “doc2pdf.exe”

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Step 3: Drag the file“doc2pdf.exe” to DOS, and you will see the following DOS box:

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Step 4: Click on DOS>>press the  Space key>>type “-i” in  the DOS box>>press Space key again>>drag the PPT file you want to convert to DOS. Then, you will see the following DOS box:

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Step 5: Click on DOS>>press the  Space key>>type “-o” in  the DOS box>>press Space key once more>>drag the PPT file to DOS again, and change the fine extension from “ppt” to “tiff” . Then, you will see the following DOS box:

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Step 6: Press the Enter key to start converting. You can also check the conversion time in the DOS box.

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A few seconds later, when the conversion is finished, the converted Tiff image will appear in your computer. 

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