How to convert Word to PCX and set resolution via command line?

Before introduce the method to convert Word to PCX and set resolution via command line, I would like to briefly introduce the difference between color depth and resolution: Color depth can be used to describe the largest number of colors that can be contained in an image file, while the resolution is the number of pixels that make up a screen image, or the number of dots that make up a printed image. The higher the resolution, the more detail are presented in an image file, and the bigger the image size is.

My favorite document converter is the command line version of VeryPDF Document Converter (docPrint Pro). If I need to convert Word to PCX and other image files, I would prefer this tool. Because it is an all-to-all document converter, which is able to generate image file like PCX, PNG, JPEG, and BMP from any printable files. Certainly, this application allows you to set resolution. And it supports batch conversion.

Converting Word to PCX and set resolution via command line requires two steps. Firstly, you should open the command prompt window; and second, you should type a command line and press Enter. The following will show the procedure step by step.

The first step is to open the command prompt window. You can first move the mouse cursor to the left down corner on the screen and click Start. Then, on the Start menu, click Run. When the Run dialog box pops out, please type cmd in it. At last, click OK. The command prompt will immediately appear on the screen.

The second step is to type a command line. You should base on the basic usage of the main executable file named doc2pdf.exe: doc2pdf [options] <-i Document Files> [-o Output File]. The option that can be used to set resolution is -r <resolution>.

For example, if you want to set X and Y resolution for the output file, you can type a command line as the following one:

“C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe” –r 300x600 -i C:\in.doc -o D:\out.pcx

  • “C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe” represents the executable file.
  • -r 300x600 is used to set X and Y resolution.
  • -i C:\in.doc stands for input file.
  • -o D:\out.pcx stands for output file.

Don’t forget press Enter after you type a command line. The application will prompt to convert Word to PCX. If you want to do some batch conversions, you can use wildcard * to presents files in a folder. After you use this application to set resolution and convert document via command line, you will see it is my favorite document converter.

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