Convert Office to TIF by command line

This article aims to explain how to use VeryPDF Document Converter (docPrint Pro) to convert documents generated by Office to TIF via command line. Document Converter does not require third party applications; hence, if you don’t have the latest edition of MS Office, or even no MS Office product on your computer, you can still convert any type of Office documents to TIF.

To convert documents via command lines, you should select docPrint Pro Command Line as the tool from the four applications provided by Document Converter. Technically, docPrint Pro Command Line is the executable file doc2pdf.exe in the installation folder. You can take two steps to convert Office to TIF:

First of all, before you use the command line application, you need to open a command line interpreter such as Command Prompt. Many ways can be used to open Command Prompt. For example, in Windows XP, you can do as follows: click Start to open up the Start menu, and then click Run. After that, type cmd and then click OK in the Run dialog box. The Command Line window appears and you proceed to the second step.

The second step is to call docPrint Pro Command Line from the Command Prompt window and to demand it to convert Office to TIF. In another word, you need to type a command line based on the following syntax:

doc2pdf [options] <-i Document Files> [-o Output]

For example:

"C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe" -i C:\in.docx -o D:\out.tif

  • "C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe" represents the executable file. It can be used to call the executable file.
  • -i C:\in.docx represents the input file. Depending on the syntax, –i must precede the input path.
  • -o D:\out.tif represents the output file. Just make sure that the output path follows –o.

This command line can be used to convert a document created by Office Word 2007 or 2010 to a TIF file. You can also convert documents in batches, e.g. "C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe" -i C:\*.pptx -o D:\*.tif. Just don’t forget to press Enter after you type a command line. And use quotation marks to enclose a path name if words in it are separated by spaces. For more features of docPrint Pro Command Line and the other applications provided by Document Converter, please visit:

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