How to convert DOC to PCX via command line?

PCX, as one of the original bitmap image formats for the DOS/Windows platform, now are replaced by lots of newer image formats. However, it is still used by some fax and scanning applications. The PCX format supports 24-bit color images, 8-bit grayscale and indexed color images, and 1-bit monochrome images.

If you are looking for a tool that can convert DOC to PCX quickly, you should try VeryPDF Document Converter, which is also known as VeryPDF docPrint Pro. This product provides multiple versions. The command line version is your right choice. It supports batch conversion and wildcards. Moreover, it can run without any third party application. As an all-to-all document converter, it can convert not only DOC to PCX, but also any printable files to image files, PDF files, etc.

One of the advantages of a command line application is that it can handle with a lot of documents in a quick way. This means that VeryPDF Document Converter can help you save a lot of time when you have a bunch of files to convert at hand. The following will introduce the quickest way to convert documents from DOC to PCX.

First, please download the trial version of VeryPDF Document Converter. After you install it on your computer, please proceed to the next step.

The second step is to open the command prompt window. Supposing you are in Windows XP, you should click Start in the left-down corner of the screen first. Then, click Run on the Start menu to open the Run dialog box. After that, type “”cmd” in the same dialog box and click OK here too. The command prompt window will pop out.

As soon as you see the command prompt window, please type a command line in it. The basic usage of the command line version of VeryPDF Document Converter is as follows: doc2pdf [options] <-i input file> [-o output file]. doc2pdf is the name of the executable file of VeryPDF Document Converter. The essential elements are enclosed by angle brackets. And elements that are enclosed by square brackets are options which may not appear.

Assuming you are going to convert all the DOC files on disk C to PCX files, and to export all output files onto disk D, you can refer to the following command line example. The first directory represents the executable file. It is enclosed by a pair of quotation marks because it has spaces. The second path following –i represents all the input files on disk C. And the third path following –o represents all the output files on disk D.

"C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe" -i C:\*.doc -o D:\*.pcx

After you type a command line, don’t forget to press Enter on your keyboard. The computer will prompt to start working. The information displayed in the command prompt window can also tell you the conversion status. When you see “Result=OK” in the command prompt window, you can go to check the result of conversion from DOC to PCX.

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