How to convert Word to WMF via command line?

Well, firstly, you need a command line application. Secondly, this application should have the capacity to convert Word to WMF. And thirdly, it would be perfect if that this application can support batch conversion and output setting. VeryPDF Document Converter (also named docPrint Pro) happens to be such a command line application which can help you convert Word file formats including DOC, DOCX, DOCM, DOCT, etc. to WMF via command line.

You should click VeryPDF docPrint Pro to visit the product page, and download the command line version. VeryPDF docPrint Pro is Windows-based application, and supports all Windows OS, including Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows 7, and Vista. With the help of this application, not only can you convert Word to WMF, but also you can convert other file formats such as PDF, Postscript (PS), EPS, and EMF to formats such as XPM, XPS, and PCL.

The following part aims to show you how to use VeryPDF docPrint Pro to convert Word to WMF via command line. The whole process requires two steps:

1. Open the command prompt window.

You know, using command line is always the quickest way to launch programs and open files and folders, though some users would prefer to use GUI versions of programs. If you really want to enhance work efficiency, you should try to use command lines to convert documents. To open the command prompt is always the first step to launch a command line appTo open the command To open the command prompt is always the first step to launch a command line applicationprompt is always the first step to launch a command line applicationlication. VeryPDF docPrint Pro supports all Windows OS. Taking Windows XP as an example, you can open the command prompt window as follows: click on the button Start > select Run from the Start menu, > type “cmd” in the Run dialog box> and click on the button OK.

To open the command prompt is always the first step to launch a command line application

2. Type a command line

In the command prompt window that pops out, please type a command line in it. You may need to refer to the following basic usage of the main executable file named doc2pdf.exe in the default folder named doc2pdf on your computer:

doc2pdf [options] <-i Document Files> [-o Output files]

Taking the following command line as an example, it can be used to convert a single Word file in the format DOC to a WMF file.

“C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe” -i C:\in.doc -o D:\out.wmf

If you are careful, you must have noticed that the first directory is enclosed by a pair of quotation marks. This is because there are some gaps in the directory. “C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf” is the directory of the executable file. C:\in.doc is the directory of the input file. Preceding the directory, -i stands for input. D:\out.wmf is the directory of the output file. Before the directory, -o stands for output. Don’t forget to press Enter after you type a command line according to your priority. You can also use VeryPDF docPrint Pro to convert multiple Word to WMF in batch. Just use an asterisk * to represents all the files in a folder, like d:\*.doc.

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