A way to convert pptx to jpg in batches with DOC to Any Converter Command Line

DOC to Any Converter Command Line is a dreaming converting tool, which could help you convert Office files to other popular formats files, such as doc to jpg, ppt to png, odt to jpg etc., also could help you convert Office files for each other, doc to rtf, ods to pptx etc.. Also DOC to Any Converter Command Line could help you convert the source file to the targeting file in batches one time. And in this article, I will show you the method to convert pptx to jpg in batches, in addition, for JPEG could be represented by JPG. So to convert pptx to jpg is the same to convert pptx to jpeg. 🙂

In the first step, you need to run the operating environment of DOC to Any Converter Command Line-----the command prompt window, and here are the steps below:  click the hotkey “Windows+R”, then there is a dialog box named “Run” popup, and input “cmd.exe” in the edit-box in order to run the program of “cmd.exe” in the computer, and then click “ok” , later, the command prompt window could be opened automatically, and there is a current directory, which is as below:

C:\Documents and Settings\admin>

After you run the command prompt window in you pc, you could input the path of ‘doc2any.exe’, or another easier way is to drag and drop “doc2any.exe” into the command prompt window directly. Then you could type the parameters in the command prompt window in order to set the properties of the objective file, if you would like, :), and in the following example, “rotate<space>90<space>-xres <space>222<space>-yres<space>222<space>-bitcount<space>8” are used to rotate the targeting file 90, to set the resolution of the targeting file as 222,222, and also to edit the color depth of the targeting file in 8 bit-count. Of course, there are other parameters which could help you edit other properties of the objective file, and you could log on the official webpage of DOC to Any Converter Command Line to get more: http://www.verydoc.com/doc-to-any-options.html. And then the following step is to add the source file for the conversion by the way of inputting the source path in the command prompt window, and then set the objective file type and the file name via inputting the customized targeting path in the command prompt window. At last, click “enter’ to convert pptx to jpg---pptx to jpeg with DOC to Any Converter Command Line.

C:\Documents and Settings\admin>D:\doc2any_cmd\doc2any.exe<space>-rotate<space>90<space>-xres <space>222<space>
-yres<space>222<space>-bitcount<space>8<space>D:\abc.pptx<space>D:\abcde.jpg<enter>

And if you think it is too complicated to input the command lines again and again to convert dozens of pptx files one by one, there is a simple way for you, which DOC to Any Converter Command Line could offer, and if you want to know more, please see the following example:

C:\Documents and Settings\admin>D:\doc2any_cmd\doc2any.exe<space>-rotate<space>90<space>-xres <space>222<space>
-yres<space>222<space>-bitcount<space>8<space>D:\*.pptx<space>D:\*.jpg<enter>

From the example above, you may notice there is a difference between this one and the last example, which is based on the file names in the paths. Yes, you are right, and moreover, the second example could help you convert all of the files on disc D to JPG files added on disc D, too. And based on this example, we could conclude: the key point to process the task in batches is to replace all of the file names in the paths with “*”.:)

To know more info about DOC to Any Converter Command Line, please visit its official webpage at this link: http://www.verydoc.com/doc-to-any-options.html, and here is the end of this article about how to convert pptx to jpg---pptx to jpeg in batches with DOC to Any Converter Command Line.

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