Convert documents of RTF to PDF and rotate page by command line

When you convert the document of rtf to pdf, you are allowed to rotate page in the conversion process if you choose the command line application of Document Converter as your helper. The command line application is able to convert any printable documents to various image formats and set parameters for the target file with different commands.

Document Converter is a powerful converting product which contains three internal applications: command line application mentioned above, GUI application and virtual printer application.

The GUI application has a friendly interface and you can use it to make batch conversion, the command line application is a good tool for software developers and the virtual printer application is good for saving paper and ink because it is able to scale page size and combine several pages on one single sheet.

If you need to use the command line application, please download the free trial version of it at and install it on your computer. After the installation, you will be able to see an executable file in the package and it is the called program in the conversion from rtf to pdf.

Then please see the following contents which are given for you to convert rtf to pdf and rotate page.

Please click “Start”—“Run” to open “Run” dialog box and input “cmd” in “Open” combo box and click “OK” button to open MS-DOS prompt window for the command line application is a MS-DOS oriented application. To open “Run” dialog box, you can also press “Window”+ “R” combination on the keyboard.

Then you need to input the command line in MS-DOS prompt window. In the command line, there are four necessary parts: called program, parameter for rotating page, source file and target file. Please see the following simple sample.

doc2pdf -R 270 -i C:\input.rtf -o C:\output.pdf

In this command line sample,

  • doc2pdf stands for the called program.
  • -R 270stands for the rotation angle for the output PDF document. The number can also be changes as “90” or “180”.
  • -i C:\input.rtfis the path of source file.
  • -o C:\output.pdf is the path of target file.

In the command line, the options “-i” and “-o” can not be ignored and the path of target file is the one you should set yourself.

At last, please click “Enter” button for starting the conversion from rtf to pdf and you can check the target PDF document with some kind of PDF reader on your computer.

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