It is simple to use application of Image to PDF Converter to convert XPM to PDF with GUI interface and, and if you need to know more, here are the details below:
There are 2 versions of Image to PDF Converter: GUI version and CMD version, which are all used for converting image to PDF with targeting properties. However, there are a little difference between them, and you can go to homepage of Image to PDF Converter to know more. After short introduction of Image to PDF Converter, it’s time to get both of versions on your computer, and you can click links below so that installer of GUI interface and zip file of CMD version can be downloaded:
Then, to install GUI version of Image to PDF Converter, please double click installer > follow setup wizard step by step till it is successful to install Image to PDF Converter on your computer. To use CMD version, you need to extract content of that zip file to your computer, so program of “img2pdf.exe” can be called later.
So by here, you can start to convert XPM to PDF with GUI interface and CMD separately:
Here is the GUI interface of Image to PDF Converter, where you need to click “Add Files”, then select one XPM file and click “Open” in dialog box of “Image2PDF”, so this XPM can be added appearing as its path in processing form:
Then, please click “Make PDF” on GUI interface, so a dropdown list can be popped out. And you need to select “Convert image files with default options” there, then there will be a dialog box named “Save As” popped out, where you need to select one targeting folder and click “Save”, then Image to PDF Converter can help you start to convert XPM to PDF and later on, this PDF file can be added in destination folder automatically.
If you want to typeto process this task with no GUI interface opened, please refer to the followings to use CMD mode to fulfill this process:
1. Open running environment – command prompt window
Click “Windows + R” > input “cmd.exe” and click “OK”
2. Typelike below
g:\image2pdf_cmd3.2\img2pdf.exe –o f:\targeting\example12.pdf g:\original\example12.xpm
You need to know:
g:\image2pdf_cmd3.2\img2pdf.exe is path of “img2pdf.exe” used to run CMD version of Image to PDF Converter; –o is essential parameter typed for generating PDF file; f:\targeting\example12.pdf is targeting path inputted for naming and saving PDF file; g:\original\example12.xpm is source path for adding this XPM file for this process.
Finally, to make this commands effective, please click “enter” in command prompt window, then CMD version of Image to PDF Converter will give you a perfect PDF file from XPM file.
By now, as you read, the above is illustration about how to convert XPM to PDF with 2 versions of Image to PDF Converter. In addition, if you do not understand this process with GUI or CMD version, welcome to leave your comments here, then our technique support will help you with your questions right away. At last, thank you for joining here with me! 😛