If you want to useto convert with high quality, why not try the version of VeryPDF Document Converter (docPrint Pro) ? I have been using docPrint Pro for couple of months, and I think it is worth a try.
VeryPDF docPrint Pro has a command line version and a GUI version. Because I am more familiar with the command line version, in this article I would like to introduce the way to use the command line version to convert. And hereinafter, when I say VeryPDF docPrint Pro or docPrint Pro, I refer to the command line version of the software. You are going to take three steps:
Firstly, you should download docPrint Pro by clicking docPrint Pro. Then, decompress it and place the folder on your hard disk such as disk C. After that, please move to the next step. By the way, you can use docPrint Pro free for 50 times.
Secondly, please open the command prompt window. For example, if you are a Window XP user, you can open it by clicking Start, and then clicking Command Prompt. Another way to open the command line window in Windows XP is to click Start, click Run on the Start menu, type cmd in the Run dialog box and then press Enter.
Thirdly, you should type a command line in the command prompt window and then press Enter. If you want to see the basic usage, you should type the whole path of the main executable file such as "C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe" and press Enter. Then the description of docPrint Pro will be displayed in the window. The usage is repeated as follows: doc2pdf [options] <-i Document Files> [-o Output].
Since you want to convert, you can type a command line like the following example: “C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe” -i E:\in.xls -o D:\out.emf. If you want to convert multiple Excel to EMF files in batch, you can use the asterisk * as in “C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe” -i E:\*.xls -o D:\*.emf.
Is this article clear enough? Do you know how to use VeryPDF docPrint Pro now? If there is any question, don’t hesitate to ask! Thanks for reading,