Convert specified page from PDF to Word by command line

When you use the application VeryPDF PDF to Word Converter, you will find that it is not only an easy-to-use GUI application, it is also a powerful command line application. When you use this application convert pdf to word, you can set a variety of parameters for the target file in the conversion process. This article aims at showing you how to convert specified page from pdf document to word file.

At first, please download the application via clicking the following link: The installation steps of it is easy and you just need to double click the setup file and follow the popup wizard to install it on your computer. You can also call PDF to Word Converter as PDF2Word for short.

The download link above is for you to try the evaluation version of PDF2Word. If you want to use all the functions of the application without any limitations, you need to buy it at

Now please see the following contents about converting pdf to word and set page range for the input pdf document. The first thing you need to do is to open MS-DOS interface. There are two ways offered for you to open the interface and you can choose any one of them. Of course, if you have better ideas, welcome to share with us.

  1. Click “Start”—“Run” to open “Run” dialog box. Then input “cmd” in “Open” combo box and click “OK” button.
  2. Press “Window”+ “R” combination on the keyboard at the same time to open “Run” dialog box and do the same following work.

The next step is to input the command line in opened MS-DOS interface. You need to remember that the command line contains called program, parameter for setting specified page, source file and target file in this conversion. The following command line template will give you a good interpreter.

PDF2Word -f 5 -l 8 -i c:\File-in.pdf -o c:\File-out.doc

In the command line,

  1. PDF2Word stands for the called program—the executable file PDF2Word.exe in installation folder of the application. When you call it in MS-DOS interface, you need to input its full path. If you would not like to input a long path, you can directly drag the file from its folder into MS-DOS interface.
  2. -f 5 specifies the start page of input pdf document as 5.
  3. -l 8 specifies the end page of input pdf document as 8.
  4. -i following with c:\File-in.pdf  stands for the path of source file. Please don’t forget the option “-i”.
  5. -o following with c:\File-out.doc stands for the path of target file. The option “-o” can not be ignored.

The last thing you need to do is to run the conversion from pdf to word by hitting “Enter” button on your keyboard. If you want to get more information about the commands of PDF2Word, please visit the following webpage:

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