How to convert documents of Microsoft Office PowerPoint to JPC?

JPC is the image format that uses JPEG 2000 advanced wavelet compression. The format supports color depths of 8, 24, and 32 bits per pixel. JPC format file also supports grayscale, RGB, YCbCr, XYZ, and Lab color spaces. There is an application tool can be used to convert ppt to jpc only by some easy clicks called docPrint Document Converter Professional.

docPrint Document Converter Professional is a software product that dynamically converts MS Office 97/2000/XP/2003/2007, WordPerfect, AutoCAD DWG, PostScript, Adobe Acrobat PDF and many other document types to Adobe Acrobat PDF, PostScript, EPS, XPS, PCL, JPEG, TIFF, PNG, PCX, EMF, WMF, GIF, TGA, PIC, PCD and BMP etc formats. It works in GUI version, Command Line version and virtual printer version. With docPrint Document Converter Professional you can convert your documents from and to 50+ formats easily.

It is deserved to be mentioned that the virtual printer in docPrint Document Converter Professional can be seen as a document converter because docPrint can convert any printable document to 50+ graphics, it may be a Microsoft Word file, Adobe PDF file, HTML file, Excel file and others. docPrint supports various image formats, resolutions and compressions. docPrint is easy-to-use, just print a document to docPrint, you will be able to start using document printer software.

To use docPrint, you should download docPrint pro which is short for docPrint Document Converter Professional at http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/docprint_pro_setup.exe first and install it on your computer. After the installation, you can see the GUI and command line applications in installation directory. docPrint is in the printer list, you can see it by clicking “Start”—“Printers and Faxes”.

Please follow the steps below to convert ppt to jpc.

1. Run the printer driver.

In an opened PPT document, you should click “File” and click “Print” in dropdown list. Then choose “docPrint” as current printer in “Printer” combo box and click “Print” button to close the dialog box. Or you can use the hot key “Ctrl”+ “P” to open “Print” dialog box. If docPrint is the default printer on your computer, you just need to right click the PPT document and click “Print” option to directly run docPrint.

2. Open “Save As” dialog box.

You will see “docPrint” dialog box showed in Figure1 comes out, in which there are several function icons in the toolbar and a small dialog box called “Option Settings” on the right. If you want to convert ppt to jpc only without setting any parameters, there is no need to care about them. Just try to open “Save As” dialog box. You can click “File” and click “Save as” in dropdown list. You can also use the icon framed in toolbar. Of course, the hot key “Ctrl”+ “S” can also help you.

"docPrint" dialog box

                                                                      Figure1.

3. Save the target files.

In “Save As” dialog box showed in Figure2, you have to do the operations as follows to complete the conversion from ppt to jpc. Firstly, please specify the path for the target files in “Save in” combo box. Secondly, please input the name in “File name” edit box. Thirdly, you should select the output format for the target files in “Save as type” combo box. Then click “Save” button to run the conversion.

"Save As" dialog box

                                            Figure2.

After clicking on “Save” button, you will see a green progress bar which can remind you the conversion progress at the bottom of “docPrint” dialog box. When the conversion is over, the progress bar will be empty again.

If you want to learn more information about docPrint Pro or docPrint, please visit http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/index.html.

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