A friend once told me that converting Excel to grayscale image is a method to protect the import content of an Excel. I guess this is why some of you want to convert Excel to grayscale image. Anyway, this article aims to introduce a method to convert Excel to grayscale image via. Three steps are required.
First, you should find a docPrint Pro.application which can convert Excel to image and support color depth setting. I think VeryPDF Document Converter (docPrint Pro) has all the features. It provides a command line version, has the capacity to convert all printable files to image files, and supports option setting. Besides, it can be used free for 50 times. So why not give it a try? You can download it by clicking
The second step is to open the command prompt window. In Windows XP, please take the following steps to open the command prompt window: click Start,> click Run on the Start menu,> type cmd in the Run dialog box, > click OK
The third step is to type a command line and press Enter. You may need to take a look at the following basic usage, option, and examples before you type a command line.
- Usage: doc2pdf [options] <-i Document Files> [-o Output]
- Option: -y
- “C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe” -y -i D:\in.xls -o D:\out.pcx
- “C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe” -y -i D:\*.xls -o D:\*.pcx
The option –y can be used to create 8-bit grayscale image file, and it does not require any value. The first example can be used to convert an Excel to grayscale image. The second example can be used to convert multiple Excel files to grayscale image files. Please type a command line in your command prompt window and press Enter.
The three steps are what you should take to convert Excel to grayscale image via command line. You can use VeryPDF docPrint Pro to convert all types of Excel file formats to various types of image file formats. If you want to get more information about VeryPDF docPrint Pro, please visit its homepage.