Convert documents of webpage to image and set resolution by command line

If you want to set resolution for the target file when you convert the document of webpage to image file, you can try the command line application of Document Converter. It is a powerful application which supports to convert any printable documents to various image formats and set parameters for the target file.

Please download the free trial version of the command line application at and set up it on your computer. The executable file doc2pdf.exe in installation package is the called program in the conversion from webpage to image.

To set resolution for the target file, you just need to use one command “-r” in the command line. Please see the following contents for describing the conversion. There are three steps and you’d better follow them one by one with the application you have just downloaded.

To open MS-DOS interface is the first step in the conversion. Please click “Start” and click “Run” to open “Run” dialog box. Then input “cmd” in “Open” combo box and click “OK” button in “Run” dialog box. You will see MS-DOS interface come out on the screen. You can also use the hot key “Window”+ “R” to open “Run” dialog box.

To input the command line in MS-DOS interface is the second step. The command line is made up of called program, parameter for setting resolution, source file and target file. You can refer to the following command line example to write your own one:

doc2pdf –r 986 –i “” –o C:\File.jpg

NOTE: JPG is the supported image format of the command line application of Document Converter.

In the command line,

doc2pdf stands for the called program doc2pdf.exe.

–r 986 stands for the resolution of the output image, which means you have set resolution of the image as 986 DPI.

–i “” stands for the source file. The link of the webpage document should be inputted in the command line.

–o C:\File.jpg is for setting the name of the target file.

To click “Enter” button on the keyboard is the last step in the conversion, which will run the conversion from webpage to image at once. The target image file will locate in the specified location you have just set in the command line.

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