How to print txt to bitmap image?

In computer graphics, a bitmap or pixmap is a type of memory organization or image file format used to store digital images. The term bitmap comes from the computer programming terminology, meaning just a map of bits, a spatially mapped array of bits. Now, along with pixmap, it commonly refers to the similar concept of a spatially mapped array of pixels. Raster images in general may be referred to as bitmaps or pixmaps, whether synthetic or photographic, in files or memory. Follow the description of usage of docPrint Document Converter Professional, you will learn how to print txt to bitmap file. It has two divisions; one is docPrint, the other is docPrint PDF Driver. In the below part, the focuses the later one, docPrint PDF Driver and tells you how to print txt to bitmap file.

How to print txt to bitmap by using docPrint PDF Driver in detail

Print txt to bitmap

  • Open txt file
  • Press hot key Ctrl+P to print txt to bitmap or do as the picture suggests

txt file

  • Choose “docPrint PDF Driver”
  • Press “Print” in the popping up window

docPrint PDF Driver

  • Save in output file
  • Name output file
  • Select a a format for output, bmp
  • Save the changes

define bmp file

Check file

bmp file                                                 

The above picture tells you the printing txt to bitmap proves to be successful. In general, the docPrint PDF Driver is effective in printing txt to bitmap. If you need more information, please come into live support or visit Once again, having convinced docPrint Document Converter Professional meets your needs, you are strongly encouraged to purchase and register your copy of the software by acquiring a personal unlock key, the demo version has watermark in the generated PDF file.

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