How to convert Word to PDF and set PDF keywords via command line?

Authors often use three to five keywords to summarize the essential point of view of an article. Keywords can also be used to sort or search for file on records in a database or on the internet. When people create PDF files, they would set PDF keywords to help users or searching engine programs to find their files. This article would introduce the quickest way to convert Word to PDF and set PDF keywords via command line. Three steps are required.

The first steps is to find a tool which is a command line application, can convert Word to PDF, and supports PDF keywords setting. I think VeryPDF Document Converter (docPrint Pro) is a smart and powerful application which can help you perfectly solve your problem.

You can download the command line version of VeryPDF Document Converter (docPrint Pro) by clicking here. After the program is installed on your computer, please proceed to the next step.

The second step is open the command prompt window. The program supports all Window OS. According different operating systems, you should use different ways to open the command prompt window. For example, if you are in Windows 7, you can use the following way to open the command prompt window: Click the Start button to open the Start Menu. Then, in the Start Menu search box area, please type cmd and press Enter.

The third step is to type a command line in the command prompt window and press Enter. Just depend on the following usage: doc2pdf [options] <-i Input File> [-o Output file], type a command line and press Enter. To help you understand what should be included in a command line, please look at the following example: “C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe” –k “word to pdf” -i C:\in.doc -o D:\out.pdf

  • “C:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe” is the directory of the main executable file.
  • –k “word to pdfis the option which can set PDF keywords to be “word to pdf”. –k is the option parameter, and the character string enclosed by quotation marks is the keywords.
  • -i C:\in.doc represent the input file. -i stands for input.
  • -o D:\out.pdf represent the output file. -o stands for output.

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