If you are a software developer, you can call the command line application MiniPrint.exe in the development toolkit Mini EMF Printer Driver to implement the function of converting any printable documents to image formats, including. Only three steps are required to convert with the command line application.
To download the trial version of Mini EMF Printer Driver for free, you can click here. Please install the development toolkit on your computer and you will see the command line application in installation directory and the virtual printer application which is also supplied by Mini EMF Printer Driver in printer list. The virtual printer can print any printable documents to EMF image format only by one step.
The development toolkit offers a developer license for software developers and you can buy it at the purchasing website: http://www.verypdf.com/order_miniemfprinter.html. When you get the license, you don’t need to pay any other fees. You can freely distribute and develop your applications with Mini EMF Printer Driver or add the related components to your applications in the future.
1. Please open the MS-DOS command line window at the beginning of the conversion from Word to TIFF. You should click “Start”—“Run” to input “cmd” in popup “Run” dialog box and click “OK” button. The hot key “Window”+ “R” will also do you a great favor to open “Run” dialog box.
2. Please input the command line in MS-DOS command line window. If you don’t know how to write your own command line, please refer to the following one.
miniprint.exe C:\in.doc C:\out.tiff
miniprint.exe stands for the called program in the command line.
C:\in.doc stands for the source Word document.
C:\out.tiff stands for the target TIFF image file.
There is an command line example which is written following the template above, please see it below.
"C:\Program Files\VeryPDF Mini EMF Printer v2.0\emf_printer_driver\miniprint.exe" "C:\Documents and Settings\admin\Desktop\in.doc" C:\out.tiff
"C:\Program Files\VeryPDF Mini EMF Printer v2.0\emf_printer_driver\miniprint.exe" is the absolute path of the command line application. There is no need to input the long path into the window, please just drag the file you need into the window and drop it.
"C:\Documents and Settings\admin\Desktop\in.doc" stands for the absolute path of Word document.
C:\out.tiff stands for the absolute path of the target file. This parameter is set by yourself.
Then you need to hit “Enter” button to run the conversion from Word to TIFF. Please search for the target file in the specified location you have set in command line window.
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