EMF is a vector graphics format. It can be recognized by many image-editing applications and can also be used as a graphics language for printer drivers. If you do not want to waste time on opening files and folders, why not try to convert DOC to EMF via command line version. After you install it on your computer, you can free use it for dozens of times.? I know a wonderful document converter which can easily and accurately convert DOC to EMF. It does not require third-party applications, and is regarded as an all-to-all document converter. It is named VeryPDF Document Converter or docPrint Pro. You can get the trial version by clicking the
The following will show you how to use it to solve your problem.
You should begin with opening the command prompt window. There are a lot of methods to open it. Here only introduce one method to open it in Windows XP. Supposing you are in Windows XP, you should do as follows: click Start, > click Run on the Start menu, > type cmd in the Run dialog box, > click OK in this dialog box.
The next step is to type a. First, I will show you the basic usage of the executable file of the command line application. Second, I will give two examples. And third, you should type a command line in the command prompt window according to the places where you place the files on your computer.
- The basic usage: doc2pdf [options] <-i input file> [-o output file],
- Example 1: “C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe” -i C:\in.doc -o D:\out.emf
- Example 2: “C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe” -i C:\*.doc -o D:\*.emf
The first example can be used to convert a single DOC file to EMF, and the second example can be used to convert multiple DOC to EMF in batch. Now it’s your turn to type a command line. Don’t forget to press Enter on the keyboard. Make sure that the directory of the executable file is enclosed by a pair of quotation marks, for there are spaces in it.
The two steps above can be used to convert DOC to EMF via command line. If you have any question, please leave a message.