Convert documents of webpage to EMF by command line

You will see how to convert the document of webpage to emf format image in this article. You will also know the application that you will take in the conversion. If you are being puzzled by this problem, please read the following contents carefully.

The application to be taken in the conversion from webpage to emf is the command line application in Document Converter which is a professional document converter designed for converting any printable documents to various image formats.

There are three applications in Document Converter in total—command line application, GUI application and virtual printer application. With the help of the command line application, software developers can develop new applications. GUI application has a friendly user interface which can be accepted by most of people. When you use the virtual printer application, you will find that it can save paper and ink by scaling page size and combining pages on one single sheet.

For using the command line application, you can download the free trial version of it by clicking the following link: http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/docprint_pro_setup.exe. If you need to use all the functions of the application, please buy it at http://www.verypdf.com/order_docprintpro.html.

Then please see the steps for converting webpage to emf.

Firstly, please open MS-DOS prompt window. You can use the hot key “Window”+ “R” or click “Start”—“Run” to open “Run” dialog box in which you can input “cmd” in “Open” combo box of the “Run” dialog box and click “OK” button. Of course, you can also use your own way to open the prompt window.

Secondly, please input the command line which is made up of called program, source file and target file. The called program is the executable file doc2pdf.exe in installation package of the command line application. The source file is the webpage document that you want to convert. The target file is the emf format image that you want to get at last. Please see the command line example:

doc2pdf –i “www.verypdf.com” –o D:\test.emf

Please remember that you need to use the paths of each file that appear in the command line for accurately calling the file. The options “-i” and “-o” cannot be ignored before the source file and target file, either.

Lastly, please click “Enter” button to run the conversion from webpage to emf. You just need to wait for several seconds until the conversion comes to the end.

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