Since VeryPDF Document Converter (docPrint Pro) is an all-to-all document converter; it has the capacity to convert XLS to EMF via.
VeryPDF Document Converter provides both aversion and a GUI version. The command line application you are going use is named doc2pdf.exe, which is located in the installation directory. By using the command line application, not only can you convert XLS to EMF, but also you can convert all printable files to other image files. However, this article would only explain how to convert XLS to EMF via command line.
You should begin with downloading the command line application by clicking VeryPDF Document Converter. After install it on your computer, you can proceed to the next step. By the way, you can use it free for 50 times before you are required to buy it.
The second step is to open the command prompt window, where you can launch the command line application. Supposing you are a Window XP user, you can do as follows to open the command prompt window: open the Start menu by clicking Start. > Select Run on the Start menu, >type cmd or CMD in the Run dialog box, > press Enter. The command prompt window will pop out instantly.
The third step is to type a command line, based on the usage of the command line application, and then press Enter. The basic usage of the command line application is shown as follows:
Usage: doc2pdf [options] <-i Document Files> [-o Output]
The square brackets  are used to enclose options, and the angle brackets <> are used to enclose essential parts. The combination -i and -o must precede the input path and the output path respectively. The following are some examples:
- "C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe" -i C:\test.xls -o D:\output.emf
- "C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe" -i C:\*.xls -o D:\*.emf
These are the three steps you need to take to convert XLS to EMF via command line. Now that you still have 49 times left to use VeryPDF Document Converter free, why not try to convert other types of document right away?