A way to convert PowerPoint to tif

PowerPoint is a kind of spreadsheet that was created by MS Office PowerPoint, whose file extension is *.ppt usually. And PowerPoint files could contain multiple slides in one file, also could only include the single slide. And TIF is short for TIFF, which stands for tagged image file format, whose file is a raster image file. For the files of TIFF---TIF, there still could be multiple pages contained in one TIFF—TIF file. However, sometimes, we need some TIFF files, but at the moment, we just have some PowerPoint files, what should we do in the urgent condition? Yes, it is really a little tough for this problem. But DOC to Any Converter Command Line could give you a hand, which could not only help you convert PowerPoint to tiff one by one, but also could get TIFF files from each slide of PowerPoint, if there are dozens of slides in one PowerPoint file. Thus, if you are interested in this method, please follow me in the next paragraphs.

In the 1st step, before running DOC to Any Converter Command Line, you might need to open its running environment. Please click “start”>the start menu could come out>select “Run” on start menu>input “cmd” in the edit-box of the popup dialog box>click “ok”, finally, the command prompt window that is just the running environment could be popped out, and the current directory is here: C:\Documents and Settings\admin>

In the 2nd step, first, please know which disc the program of “doc2any.exe” is in, and let the program jump to the directory of that disc. For example, if the program of “doc2any.exe” is on disc D, you might need to input the command “D:”, which will lead the program to the directory of D disk. The following example that shows you more details is as follows:

C:\Documents and Settings\admin>D:<enter>

(note: <> stands for the essential action in the command lines, and <enter> means to click the button of “enter” on the keyboard, <space> is used to illustrate the action to click the button of “space” on the keyboard)

In the 3rd step, you need to let the program jump to the directory of the folder containing the program of “doc2any.exe”, and the command “cd” could be used to change the current directory, then make the program jump to the directory of folder “doc2any_cmd”: input the folder name directly in the command prompt window, to know more, please refer to the following example:


In the 4th step, DOC to Any Converter Command Line needs to be run. And in the current directory, to run DOC to Any Converter Command Line, all you need to do is to input the name of the program “doc2any.exe”. Before adding the source file, please make sure that your PowerPoint file is in the same folder as “doc2any.exe”, and then input the file name and file extension of the source file and the targeting file in order to add the source file and prepare the objective file name and file type. To convert PowerPoint to tiff----PowerPoint to tif, the conversion could be realized through clicking “enter”, and please refer to the following example, if you want to know more:


(note: TIFF file could be added into the folder of “doc2any_cmd”, which is the same folder as the one of the source file)

However, to edit the objective properties, you could input the parameters after the start of DOC to Any Converter Command Line and before the adding of the source file, and here is the example below, where <options> stands for any parameters users could input:

C:\Documents and Settings\admin>D:<enter>



If you want to know the real parameters, you could log on the official webpage of DOC to Any Converter Command Line from this link: https://www.verydoc.com/doc-to-any-options.html. And the examples above are all about how to convert PowerPoint file to tiff file entirely, however, besides that method, with DOC to Any Converter Command Line, users could get another method to convert PowerPoint to tiff with one file per slide. The key point to realize it is to add the percentage character “%” next to the targeting file name, more details, please see the example below:

C:\Documents and Settings\admin>D:<enter>



And after the conversion, all of TIFF files from each slide of PPT could be added into the folder of “doc2any_cmd”.

By now, this article about how to convert PowerPoint to tif----PowerPoint to tiff is over, and to get DOC to Any Converter Command Line right now, please click https://www.verydoc.com/doc2any_cmd.zip. Thank you for reading this article.

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