I'm trying your tool for converting doc(x) and xls(x) without having MS office installed but the render of PDF is very different from Word document.... (see attached files example)
Is there any argument to add, to get a better render of PDF ?
If I use "-useoffice 1" option to convert office files to PDF files, the render is OK, but I don't want to install office on my server.
.exe - "D:\example.doc" "D:\_no_office_example1.pdf"
.exe - "D:\example.xls" "D:\_no_office_example3.pdf"
.exe -nooffice "D:\example.odt" "D:\_no_office_example4.pdf"
Thanks for your reply.
Yes, -nooffice option in DOC to Any Converter Command Line software does convert DOC, DOCX, XLS, XLSX, RTF, HTML etc. document formats to PDF files without require MS Office and OpenOffice applications installed in your system, but -nooffice option couldn't maintain the layout which same as in MS Office.
However, if you wish keep the layout and don't want to install MS Office to your server, you may install OpenOffice application to your server, DOC to Any Converter Command Line will call OpenOffice to convert office documents to PDF files properly.
You can run following command line to convert office documents to PDF files using OpenOffice,
doc2any.exe -use "D:\example.ppt" "D:\_oo_example2.pdf"
doc2any.exe -use "D:\example.xls" "D:\_oo_example3.pdf"
doc2any.exe -useopenoffice "D:\example.odt" "D:\_oo_example4.pdf"