To prevent a DOC document from being copied, edited or modified, you can set a user password to protect the Word document. But sometimes, if the others have the open password, they can also copy the content of the Word document, even this document is protected by a user password too. Personally, I think converting DOC to TIFF or other image formats is a great way to prevent the original file being copied or edited by others.
This article would like to introduce you an all-to-all document converter, which is named VeryPDF Document Converter or docPrint Pro. This application supports any printable file format such as DOC to TIF and other image files formats. It provides multiple versions such as the download the version. After you install it on the computer, please take two steps to use it to convert DOC to TIF.version and the GUI version. Here, you should select and
At first, you should open the command prompt window. VeryPDF Document Converter supports Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Vista, and Windows 7. The way to open the command prompt window in a Windows operating system may be different from that in another operating system. But we won’t illustrate all the ways here. Just take Windows XP as an example; you can do as follows to open the command prompt window: click Start on the left down corner on the screen. Then, click Run on the Start menu. After that, type “cmd” in the Run dialog box. At last, click OK.
Secondly, you should type aand press Enter. How to type a command line? What should be included in a command line? Please take a look at the basic usage of the main executable file; you will know how to do it. The basic usage is doc2pdf [options] <-i input file> [-o output file]. For example, the command line "C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe" -i C:\in.doc -o D:\out.tif can be used to convert DOC to TIF.
Is this article helpful? Do you know how to convert document via command line now? If you want to see more information about the usage and options of VeryPDF Document Converter, please type the whole directory of the executable file in the command prompt window, and press Enter. If you want to own this version, please click Full Version.