Xlsx is the format about Microsoft Excel Open XML Spreadsheet, whose file can be opened in Excel 2007 or later, including Excel 2010 for Windows systems. This article aims to tell you a method to convert MS Office 2007through the virtual printer with DOC to Any Converter Command Line. If you want to know more, please follow me in the next part of this article.
1. Download and install DOC to Any Converter Command Line
Here is the download link of DOC to Any Converter Command Line: https://www.verydoc.com/doc2any_cmd.zip, and it is convenient to click it to download DOC to Any Converter Command Line. And then please install DOC to Any Converter Command Line through double-clicking “doc2any.exe”, which is the installer of DOC to Any Converter Command Line.
2. Download the virtual printer and install it in your computer to make it as default printer
Click the following link to download the virtual printer of docprint pro: http://dl.verypdf.net/docprint_pro_setup.exe, and install it by the way of double-clicking “docprint_pro_setup.exe”. Then, please set this virtual printer as default virtual printer in your computer.
3. Open the command prompt window
To open the command prompt window is the same to run “cmd.exe” in Windows systems. To run “cmd.exe”, you can press “Windows + R” > input “cmd.exe” > click “ok” in the dialog box of “Run”, then the command prompt window can be opened automatically.
4. Start the conversion by typing the command line
In this step, you can input the command line one by one in order to convert Office 2007using the virtual printer in the command prompt window. And here is the example you can refer to below:
D:\doc2any_cmd\doc2any.exe –useprinter F:\abin\bbc.xlsx F:\about\bbc.ps<enter>
And here are the steps to process the task with DOC to Any Converter Command Line:
- to start DOC to Any Converter Command Line by the way of inputting the path of “doc2any.exe” is the first step:
in the example above, D:\doc2any_cmd\doc2any.exe is the path of “doc2any.exe”;
- to set the targeting options by typing the parameters is the second step:
in the example above, –useprinter is the parameter to use the virtual printer;
- to add the xlsx file through inputting its path is the third step:
in the example above, F:\abin\bbc.xlsx is the source path of the xlsx file;
- to save the ps file by the way of inputting the targeting path is the fourth step:
in the example above, F:\about\bbc.ps is the objective path;
Finally, it is essential to click “enter” to process the task.
By now, this article almost comes to the end, which is about the method to print MS Office 2010 and Office 2007 xlsx to ps using the virtual printer with DOC to Any Converter Command Line. If you want to know more about DOC to Any Converter Command Line, please click this link: https://www.verydoc.com/doc-to-any-options.html. Thank you for your support here!