How to convert doc to postscript using Document Converter?

Doc to postscript equals to word to postscript. If you have the need that converting any printable files to another file format, such as doc to postscript, please refer to this article.

I introduce you software named docPrint which nearly can convert all the printable files to the formats, such as BMP, DCX, EMF, WMF, GIF, JPG, MNG, PBM, PCD, PCX, PGM, PIC, PSD, PNG, PNM, PPM, TGA, TIFF, AVS, JBG, JP2, PDF, PS, EPS, WBMP, XBMP, XPM, etc. Then I will show you how to the converting from doc to postscript.

  • Know more about it.

docPrint is not only a format converter but also a print driver. By docPrint during the printing, you can save a lot ink, paper and precious time. It still has many other features; you should better visit its homepage to know more about it. The other functions maybe can tackle your many converting problems in the future. This is the homepage link:

  • Add doc files to docPrint.

Double click the icon of docPrint which looks like a magnifier, then you will see the interface of this software. There are many rows on its interface, simply dragging your doc file to the blanks will be ok if them on the desktop. If not, you have to click the “Add File” button to open the folder containing the doc files then click the ones you need to be converted. From an example to understand this step.


  • Set property for the newly produced postscript in advance.

As we need to convert the doc to postscript, we should choose the postscript as the target format by clicking the button setting at the base setting label. If you need to set the postscript property, such as color depth and color resolution, please goes to save image mode label.


  • Last step to end conversion.

All the preparative work has been done then we can click the button “Star” to end the conversion. In the new bounced dialog box to choose folder to save the postscript file. Then all the menu buttons will go grey. Just one moment,you can get the postscript in the chosen folder. Like the picture show, I can find the postscript  file on the desktop.


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