How to convert DOC to JPG via command line?

If you don’t want others to copy or change the content of your DOC documents, I think converting DOC to PDF is a pretty smart way to protect the DOC documents. Although Word provides two ways to set passwords, even you set both the open password and modify password, those who have the open password can still copy the content from the DOC file. I used this way to protect important DOC files, when I had no Adobe product on my computer. I don’t know why you want to convert DOC to JPG, but I would like to share my method with you on how to convert DOC to JPG via command line.

First of all, you need a professional document converter. Because converting documents is an office routine in my life, I installed an all-to-all document converter on my computer. It is really powerful. With the assistant of it, I don’t even need to install any application to open the files that I want to convert. This tool is named VeryPDF Document Converter or docPrint Pro. It provides multiple versions, the version I am using is the command line version. And this is why I would like to introduce how to use it to convert DOC to JPG via command line in this article. You can download it by clicking trial verison.

After you install it on your computer, the second step is to open the command prompt window. This application supports all Windows operating systems. For example, if you are in Windows XP, please take four steps to open the command prompt window: click Start, > click Run on the Start menu, > type “cmd” in the Run dialog box, > click OK to close the Run dialog box and the command prompt window will pop out.

The third steps is to type a command line and press Enter. What should be included in a command line? How to express input format and output format? Well, just take a look at the basic usage and example as follows, you can find all the answers in it. The basic usage is doc2pdf [options] <-i input file> [-o output file]. For example, "C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe" -i C:\in.doc -o D:\out.jpg

You should first type the directory of the executable file. In this example, it is "C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe”. Then, type –i, which stands for input and type the directory of the input file. Third, type –o, which stands for output, and type the directory of the output file.

Do you know how to type a command line now? If you want to see more options, please type the directory of the executable file in the command prompt window. If you want to get more information about VeryPDF Document Converter, you can visit the product page of this application by clicking here.

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