Convert RTF to PDF and edit PDF title

Method 1

Some of you may need to edit PDF title to protect PDF privacy when you convert RTF to PDF. If you have Adobe Acrobat installed on your computer, you can use Adobe Acrobat to solve this problem.

First open the RTF file with Adobe Acrobat, then, click “File” no the menu bar, > click “Properties” to open the “Properties” dialog box, > edit PDF title in the “Title” edit box as illustrated below. > click “OK”.

use Adobe Acrobat to convert RTF to PDF and edit PDF title

Method 2

If you don’t have Adobe Acrobat, you download a PDF converter which can help you convert RTF to PDF. Some free online PDF converters are available. However, if there are a bundle of RTF files, those online converters will only make things worse. First, you don’t know how much time you need to upload the input files. Second, watermarks are always be found on the result PDF file. You’ better download a free trial version of a professional document. As I know, VeryPDF HTML Converter Command Line is a good choice.

VeryPDF HTML Converter Command Line is a command line application, so it only requires two steps to convert RTF to PDF and edit PDF title via command line. If you are a command line user, well, you can download it by clicking here, install it on your computer and start conversion right away. If you are not very familiar with command line, please read the following part carefully.

1. run the Windows Command Prompt

It requires four little steps to run the Windows Command Prompt: click “Start”,> “Run”, > type “cmd”, >click “OK”.

run the Windows Command Prompt

2. type a command line and press “Enter”

You should type the command line as the following example:

type the command line to Convert RTF to PDF and edit PDF title

D:\htmltools\htmltools.exe -title "rtf2pdf" d:\in.rtf c:\out.pdf

  • D:\htmltools\htmltools.exe is the directory of the executable file.
  • -title "rtf2pdf" is the option that can be used to edit PDF title. Here the PDF title is defined to be rtf2pdf.
  • d:\in.rtf is the directory of the input file.
  • c:\out.pdf is the directory of the output file.

You can replace the directories in the above example. After you type a command line, press “Enter” on your keyboard. When “result=ok” is displayed in the Windows Command Prompt, that is to say the conversion is completed.

If you need to deal with document conversion very often and want to use VeryPDF HTML Converter Command Line to batch convert RTF to PDF. You can click VeryPDF HTML Converter Command Line to buy it.

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