Convert documents of webpage to TIF by command line

There are only three steps for you to convert the document of webpage to tif when using the command line application of Document Converter as your tool. After downloading it to your computer, you just need to open the conversion platform—MS-DOS interface, type the command line and run the conversion. This article will give you a specific description about the conversion. At first, you should know some basic information about the application you should use.

Document Converter is a combination of three internal applications—command line application, GUI application and virtual printer application. With any one of these applications, you can convert any printable documents to various image formats. But they all have their own advantages respectively.

The command line application can be used by software developers to develop software. The GUI application supplies an excellent and visible user interface to those who love to use the GUI application. The virtual printer is a good paper and ink saver because it can scale page size and combine several pages on one single sheet.

The free download link of the command line application is http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/docprint_pro_setup.exe. To set up it on your computer is necessary then. Please see the executable file doc2pdf.exe in installation folder. It is the called program in the conversion from webpage to tif.

To open MS-DOS interface is the first step in the conversion. You can use the combination “Window”+ “R” on the keyboard to open “Run” dialog box. To open the same dialog box, you can also click “Start”—“Run”. Then please input “cmd” in “Open” combo box of “Run” dialog box and click “OK” button.

To input the command line in MS-DOS prompt window is the second step in the conversion. When you write the command line, you should remember to use the paths of each file for smoothly calling the file you use. The command line contains called program, source file and target file. Please see the following command line example:

doc2pdf –i “http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/document-converter/help.htm#cmd” –o C:\document.tif

In this command line,

doc2pdf stands for the called program.

http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/document-converter/help.htm#cmdfollowing behind the option –i is the link of the webpage document to be converted.

C:\document.tif following behind the option –o is the path of target file and you should specify this parameter yourself.

To run the conversion from webpage to tif is the last step in the conversion. You just need “one click”—hit the “Enter” button. Then the conversion will run itself and you will get the target file several seconds later.

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