Do you plan to convert XLS to XPS via? Sounds like you are going to need VeryPDF Document Converter (docPrint Pro), which provides a version and has the capacity to convert XLS to XPS. Yes, the command line version of VeryPDF Document Converter is definitely the right choice for you.
You can download it by clicking VeryPDF Document Converter. Then, install it on the computer, and you will get 50 times to try it free. The rest part will show you how to use the command line application to convert XLS to XPS. Normally, two steps would be enough.
Firstly, before you use the command line application, you should open the command prompt window. If you are a Window 7 user, please open the Start menu by clicking Start first, and then type CMD or cmd in the search box on the Start menu. After that, press Enter on the keyboard. Different Window operation systems may require different ways to open the command prompt window. For another example, if in a Window XP, you should click Start and then click Command Prompt on the Start menu.
The second step is to type a command line in compliance with the basic usage of the command line application. In fact, the command line application is the executable file named doc2pdf.exe. You can type the entire directory of the executable file in the command prompt window and press Enter. Then, you can view the usage and options. The usage is repeated as follows:
doc2pdf [options] <-i Document Files> [-o Output]
For example, the following is the full form of a command line that can convert a XLS to a XPS file. In the following example, the path of the executable file is enclosed by a pair of double quotation marks, because some words in the path name are separated by spaces.
"C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe" -i C:\in.xls -o D:\out.xps
These are the two steps you should take when you use the command line version of VeryPDF Document Converter to convert XLS to XPS. The example only shows the simplest form of a command line. If you want to set resolution, color depth, passwords, etc., you should add an option. To learn more about the usage, please read other articles on the blog. Thanks for reading.