JPG is a raster image file format. It is commonly used for storing digital photos. Most digital cameras use it as a default format to save images. If you plan to convert Excel to JPG via, you are recommended to use VeryPDF docPrint Pro, which is a professional all-to-all document converter. VeryPDF docPrint Pro provides both a version and a GUI version. You should select the version.
You can download the command line version of VeryPDF docPrint Pro by clicking try. After you download it on your computer, you will get 50 times to try it free.
The following shows how to take two steps to convert Excel to JPG via command line.
First, open the command prompt window. For example, if you are a Windows Vista or Windows 7 user, you can open the command prompt window by clicking Start, typing cmd and then press Enter.
Second, type a command line and press Enter. Please types a proper command line in comply with the usage as follows: doc2pdf [options] <-i Document Files> [-o Output].
For example, “C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe” -i C:\in.xls -o D:\out.jpg is a command line which can be used to convert a single Excel to JPG. The path enclosed by quotation marks “C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe” represents the executable file. –i means input and C:\in.xls represents the input file. –o stands for output and D:\out.jpg represents the output file. If you want to convert Excel to PNG in batch, you should use the wildcard *, for instance, “C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe” -i E:\*.xls -o D:\* t.jpg
There are the two steps that are required to convert Excel to JPG via command line. Please try to use the command line version of VeryPDF docPrint Pro to convert more file formats. If you have any question about how to use the command line, please leave a message.