Before you go to convert DOC to image via, you should know that there are many types of image files such as vector image files, raster files and 3D image files. Vector images are made up of paths and can be enlarged without losing quality. Hence they are very good for designing logos. For example, EPS and SVG are vector image file formats. Raster graphics are the most common type of image files. They are comprised of pixels and are used to store Web graphics and digital photos. For example, BMP, TIFF, and GIF are raster image file formats. And 3D image files include three-dimensional models, animations, etc. For example, MAT, ANM and FLT are3D image file formats.
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The following part will show you how to use it to convert DOC to image via command line. Two steps are required.
First of all, run the command prompt. For example, if you are in Windows XP, you can take four steps to runt the command prompt: click Start, > Run, > type “cmd”, > click OK. Then the command prompt will appear on the computer screen.
Secondly, please type a command line in the command prompt. According to the basic usage of the main executable file, doc2pdf [options] <-i input file> [-o output file], you should type a command line as the following example which can convert DOC to image in the format of BMP: “C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe” -i C:\in.doc -o D:\out.bmp.
“C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe” is the path of the main executable file of VeryPDF Document Converter on my computer. -i stands for input. C:\in.doc is the path of an input file on my computer. –o stands for output and D:\out.bmp is the path for the output image file which is converted from DOC to BMP. The following are two tips: First, use a pair of quotation marks to enclose the path, if it has spaces. Secondly, make sure the marks are in DBC case. Anyway, after your type a command line according to the circumstances on your computer, please press Enter.
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