PNG stands for Portable Network Graphic, which is a image file stored in the Portable Network Graphic (PNG) format. A PNG file contains a bitmap of indexed colors under a lossless compression without copyright limitations, which could be commonly used to store graphics for Web images. PNG images do not provide CMYK color support because they are not intended for use with professional graphics. PNG images are now supported by most Web browsers. PNG files have so many merits, how could we get them conveniently? Well, here is one way you may have an interest to try, which is to convert doc files to png files. But you may ask what should we use? DOC to Any Converter Command Line could be your perfect tool. DOC to Any Converter Command Line has been designed to help users convert Office files to any popular formats, such as word to pdf, pptx to jpg, and xls to ps etc.. DOC to Any Converter Command Line could work based on the command line, thus, there is no GUI interface, and if you want to process the conversion that it supports, all you need to do is to input the command lines. This article will show you how to convertwith DOC to Any Converter Command Line.
step1. Click the link to download DOC to Any Converter Command Line first: https://www.verydoc.com/doc2any_cmd.zip, then unzip it in your computer, and double-click the program of “doc2any.exe” in the folder of “doc2any_cmd”, by now, DOC to Any Converter Command Line could be installed in your computer.
step2. Click “start” on the screen of pc, and there will be a start menu popup, then select “Run” on start menu, and input “cmd.exe” in the dialog box of “Run”, then click “ok”, finally, the command prompt window that is the operating environment can be popped out.
step3. Run the converting tool and input the command lines in the command prompt window to process the task, and here are the steps below: drag and drop the program of “doc2any.exe” to run DOC to Any Converter Command Line, or another way is to input the path of “doc2any.exe” in the command prompt window directly. Then to edit the properties of the objective file, please input the parameters after you start DOC to Any Converter Command Line. But here I use “<options>” to represent all the parameters you may input in the command prompt window, and of course, there are many real parameters you could use to set the options of the targeting file, for example, “-width <int>”, “-height<int>” etc., anyway, you could know more about the parameters on the main page of DOC to Any Converter Command Line, you could click this link to log on it: https://www.verydoc.com/doc-to-any-options.html. Then it’s time to add the source in the command prompt window, just input the source file or drag and drop it in the command prompt window directly, which is still very flexible. Then prepare the targeting path for the conversion, please input the objective path in the command prompt window directly. At last, to process the conversion, please click “enter” to convert in the command prompt window, meanwhile, the targeting file---png file could be added in the targeting folder that you assign. More details, please see the example below:
C:\Documents and Settings\admin>D:\doc2any_cmd\doc2any.exe<space><options><space>
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The example above is an example without specified properties of the targeting file, and the example below is to edit the width and the height of the targeting file, if you want to edit the properties of the targeting file someday, maybe you could refer to this example :):
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