Have you ever heard of the file format of PCD before?
PCD is Kodak's proprietary format for storing images on photo CDs. The format is used for saving photographs scanned using Kodaks photo processing hardware.
If you want to convertwith a quick way, which is a virtual printer can do you a great favor. The application is not only a Windows printer, it is also a document converter.
is a Windows printer driver that saves ink, paper and time by controlling printed output. It supports to print 2, 4, 6, 8 or 16 pages on a single sheet of paper. It also supports t0 scale A0, A1, A2, A3 papers to standard Letter or A4 paper sizes.
docPrint is also a document converter, it converts 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 the software.
In fact, docPrint is an application in the professional document converter—docPrint Document Converter Professional. If you want to use docPrint, downloading docPrint Document Converter Professional at http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/docprint_pro_setup.exe is necessary. You can see docPrint in the printer list by clicking “Start”—“Printers and Faxes” after the installation.
There are three main steps to convert, please see the following contents.
1.Run the printer driver.
In an opened PPT document, please click “File”—“Print” to open “Print” dialog box in which you should choose “docPrint” as current printer and click “Print” button to run the printer driver. 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 choose “Print” option in dropdown list to run docPrint directly.
2. Open “Save As” dialog box.
In popup “docPrint” dialog box showed in Figure1, you should try to open “Save As” dialog box in which you can save the target files and run the conversion from ppt to pcd. There are several methods to open “Save As” dialog box for you choice. The first one is to click “File”—“Save as”. The second one is to click the icon in the toolbar. The third one is to use the hot key “Ctrl”+ “S”. If you have any other good ways, welcome to share with others by leaving messages.
3. Save the target files.
You can see the “Save As” dialog box pops up, please see Figure2. There are several things must to be done in the dialog box. Firstly, you should choose the location for output files in “Save as” combo box. Secondly, the name of output files can be inputted in “File name” combo box. Thirdly, you can select the output format for the output files in “Save as type” combo box. Lastly, please click “Save” button.
The conversion from ppt to pcd will be done several seconds later. You can see the output files in specified location soon. If you still have any other questions about docPrint, please visit its home page http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/index.html.