How to convert documents of MS Office to postscript?

Converting Office to postscript, like Excel to postscript by software Document Converter which was designed by VeryPDF Software Company whose products have made up a family for the file format conversion can be finished in a few second even if you do the batch conversion from Excel to postscript.

In the following, I will show the detail steps for the conversion from Office to postscript. If you are a few friend of us, maybe you should follow my steps tightly and you should better have docPrint which is the nick name of Document Converter installed in your PC , then you can understand this article well. Here is the free downloading link for you. http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/docprint_pro_setup.exe. If you need the formal version, I guess, you have to pay for it on its official webpage.  Detail steps are provided here for your reference.

Install docPrint.

There are at least five version for this converter, you choose the right version for you. As to then one I provided here is a combination of GUI version and CMD version, You can either use it as executable file when you call it from MS DOS Windows or use it when you need the interface of the software. Once you click the link which I have showed above , you will be informed to save the "docPrint-pro- set up.exe", please click "Save File". Following, keep the set up messages tightly´╝îyou can get this software installed in your PC.

Open docPrint and get it work.

This is the true beginning to start the conversion from  Office to postscript. Open this s/w by double clicking its icon then you will enter its interface. Now you need to set your target file format and the limitations for the future postscript files by clicking the button "Setting" where you can find a sub menu label named "Base setting" in which you can see a dropdown list that is for you to choose the output file format as postscript which has been short as ps. If you need to specify the image resolution and color depth, you should make it in the sub menu label "Save Image Mode". If you have finish the setting part, you can exit the menu option by clicking the button "OK". Then you can back to its interface to add files needed converting.

Add files and convert them.

You can add files by simply dragging or clicking the button "Add Files". Also you can add files by clicking the button "File" on the top. Once you finish the adding, you can click the button "Start" then the conversion from Excel to postscript will be run automatically. Three seconds later at most, you can get the converted postscript file.

This is the end of the conversion from Office to postscript, if you have further question, you are welcome to email us at support@verypdf.com at any time.

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