If you want to convert multiple Excel to PCX, you can use ato get the conversion done quickly. You only need to find a application, which is capable of converting Excel to PCX and supports batch conversion. As far as I know, VeryPDF docPrint Pro provides a version which can help you solve your problem.
VeryPDF docPrint Pro supports all types of Excel file formats. And can generate high quality PCX image files from Excel. VeryPDF docPrint Pro provides a command line version and a GUI version. You can get the command line version by clicking download. After you install it on your computer, you can try it free for 50 times.
To convert Excel to PCX via command line, you need to take two steps.
The first step is to open the command prompt window. You can employ different ways to open the command prompt window. For instance, if you are a Window XP user, please click the button Start at first. > Click Run on the Start menu. > Type cmd in the Run dialog box. > press Enter. You can also open the command prompt window by clicking Start, and clicking Command Prompt on the Start menu.
The second step is to type a command line. You may need to take a look at the basic usage and examples before typing a command line in the command prompt window.
- Basic usage: doc2pdf [options] <-i Document Files> [-o Output Files]
- “C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe” -i C:\in.xlsx -o D:\out.pcx
- “C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe” -i C:\*.xlsx -o D:\*.pcx
The first example can be used to convert one Excel file to one PCX image file. The second example can be used to convert all the Excel files in the root folder on disk C and export the output PCX files into the root folder of disk D. If you want to view options for setting color depth, resolution or something else, you can type the path of the executable file in the command prompt window and press Enter. Anyway, don’t forget to press Enter after you type a command line.
There are the steps you need to take for using VeryPDF docPrint Pro to convert Excel to PCX via command line.