It will always be an easy task when you choose the command line application of Document Converter to make the conversion from any printable documents to various image formats such as webpage to pdf. At the same time, you can alsowith this powerful application just by inputting some easy commands into MS-DOS interface.
Mentioned about Document Converter, there are some introductions about it here. It is an application which is able to convert any printable documents to many kinds of image formats. There are three internal applications in Document Converter—command line application, GUI application and virtual printer application.
You can use the command line application to develop software if you want to realize the function of printing documents to images in your own developed applications. You can use the GUI application to make batch conversion because it has a friendly user interface which can make work easier. The virtual printer application enables you to scale page size and combine several pages on one single sheet for saving paper and ink.
To use the command line application, please download it at http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/docprint_pro_setup.exe. This is only the trial version and you need to install it on your computer. The executable file doc2pdf.exe in installation package is the called program in this conversion. To use all the functions of the command line application without any limitations, please buy it at http://www.verypdf.com/order_docprintpro.html.
Please see the following contents for showing how to convert webpage to pdf and.
The first step is to open MS-DOS interface. Please click “Start”—“Run” to open “Run” dialog box and input “cmd” in “Open” combo box of the dialog box. Then please click “OK” button. You can also use the hot key “Window”+ “R” on your keyboard to open “Run” dialog box.
The second step is to input the command line in MS-DOS interface. The command line contains called program, parameter for setting pdf author, source file and target file. If you don’t understand it very well, please see the following example:
doc2pdf –a “Nancy” –i “www.google.com” –o D:\output.pdf
In the command line,
doc2pdf stands for the called program.
–a “Nancy” is toas “Nancy”.
–i “www.google.com” stands for the link of input webpage document.
–o D:\output.pdf is the name of output file.
The last step is to click “Enter” button on the keyboard to run the conversion from webpage to pdf. If you want to read more articles about the command line application of Document Converter, please enter the blog: VeryPDF Knowledge Base.