Convert Excel to TIF via command line

To quickly convert Excel to TIF, you are going to need a command line application like VeryPDF docPrint Pro, I mean, the command line version of VeryPDF docPrint Pro. This command line application is capable of converting all printable files to image files including the files in the format of TIF. You can use a single command line to convert any Excel format to TIF.

Follow the steps below, use VeryPDF docPrint Pro, and you can easily convert all your Excel files to TIF files.

You should begin with downloading VeryPDF docPrint Pro by clicking trial version. The trial version provides 50 times to use VeryPDF docPrint Pro free. If you don’t need to convert document very often, I think a 50-time trial is fair enough for you. If you need to convert document very often, you are recommend to buy the full version. If you want to buy, please click Purchase. Anyway, after you install docPrint Pro on your computer, you can proceed to the next step.

The second step is to open the command prompt window. If you are a command line user, you don’t really need to read the introduction of this paragraph. If you are no very familiar with how to open the command prompt window, please keep on reading. You know, different Windows operating systems may require different ways to open the command prompt window. Taking Windows XP as an example, you should click Start in the left down corner of the screen first, and then, click Run on the menu, type cmd in the Run dialog box, and press Enter. When you see the command prompt window on the desktop, please proceed to the next step.

The third step is to type a command line and press Enter. Please type a command line according to the following usage: doc2pdf [options] <-i Document Files> [-o Output].

For example, the following command line can be used to convert multiple Excel files to TIF files: “C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe” -i C:\*.xls -o D:\*.tif. “C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe” stands for the executable file. It is enclosed by “” because it has spaces. C:\*.xls stands for all the Excel files on disk C and D:\*.tif means to output all TIF files on disk D. The marks –i and –o refers to input and output respectively.

There are the three steps you need to take if you want to use VeryPDF docPrint Pro to convert Excel to TIF via command line. Thanks for reading.

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