Convert documents of TXT to EPS file by command line

EPS files are often used as a standard means for transferring image data between different operating systems. You can convert the document of txt to eps file within three steps if you use the command line application of Document Converter as your helper. Please see the following contents about how to fulfill the conversion.

At first, please see the simple introduction to Document Converter. It is a software product that dynamically converts MS Office 97/2000/XP/2003/2007, WordPerfect, AutoCAD DWG, PostScript, Adobe Acrobat PDF and many other document types to Adobe Acrobat PDF, PostScript, EPS, XPS, PCL, JPEG, TIFF, PNG, PCX, EMF, WMF, GIF, TGA, PIC, PCD and BMP formats.

Document Converter works in command line version, GUI application and virtual printer version. The leading role in this article is the command line application. With the GUI application, you can convert documents to images in batch in a friendly and clear interface. The virtual printer can not only act as a simple Windows printer, it can also convert any printable documents to various image formats.

The download link of the command line application is http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/docprint_pro_setup.exe and it is only a free trial version. If you want to use all functions of the application, please buy it at http://www.verypdf.com/order_docprintpro.html. After installing the application to your computer, you will see an executable file in the package. The name of the file is doc2pdf.exe which is the called program file in the conversion from txt to eps.

For inputting the command line smoothly, you should open MS-DOS prompt window at first. Please press “Window”+ “R” to open “Run” dialog box in which you need to type “cmd” in “Open” combo box and click “OK” button. The regular way—clicking “Start”—“Run”  can also open “Run” dialog box.

The command line must be inputted into MS-DOS prompt window and you should know the elements in the command line. Please see the following example command line.

doc2pdf –i C:\Q.txt –o C:\P.eps

From the example, you can see there are three parts in the command line: called program, source file and target file.

doc2pdf stands for the called program.

–i C:\Q.txt specifies the path of source file.

–o C:\P.eps stands for the name of target file.

When you input the command line, you should use the full paths of each file in the command line such as "C:\Program Files\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe".

You will be able to get the target file several seconds later after you click “Enter” button on your keyboard for running the conversion from txt to eps.

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