Convert documents of TXT to TIF by command line

TIF is a popular image formats which is widely used by many people for storing image. This article will give a guide about converting the document of txt to tif format image. Only three steps are required: Open MS-DOS interface, input command line in MS-DOS interface and run the conversion.

The tool to be used in the conversion from txt to tif is the command line application of Document Converter. The command line application is able to convert any printable documents to many kinds of image formats and set parameters for the target file. The software developers can also embed or redistribute the command line application to their applications for implementing the function of converting printable documents to image formats.

The free download URL of the command line is http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/docprint_pro_setup.exe and it is the free trial version for evaluation. You can buy the application for using all functions without any limitations at http://www.verypdf.com/order_docprintpro.html.

To convert txt to tif by command line, you should open MS-DOS interface at first. Two methods are given and you can use any one of them. The first one is to click “Start”—“Run” to open “Run” dialog box and input “cmd” in “Open” combo box. Then click “OK” button. The other method is to use the hot key “Window”+ “R” to open “Run” dialog box.

Then please input the command line in MS-DOS interface. You should remember that the command line contains called program which is the executable file doc2pdf.exe in installation package of the command line application, source file which is the TXT document you  need to convert and the target file which is the TIF image to be created.

For your better understanding the command line, there is a command line sample given below and we can analyze it together.

doc2pdf –i D:1.txt –o C:1.tif

  • doc2pdf stands for the called program. When you call it in MS-DOS interface, please input the path of it.
  • D:1.txt behind the option “-i” is the path of source file.
  • C:1.tif behind the option “-o” is the path of target file. You should set it yourself.

In the end of the conversion from txt to tif, you should click “Enter” button to start the conversion. You just need to wait for several seconds until the conversion is over. You just need to remember to use the paths of the files used in the command line.

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