A way to convert pptx to postscript

PPTX is the file extension of files generated in MS PowerPoint 2007(2008 for Mac) and MS PowerPoint 2010 (2011 for Mac), which is a format of spreadsheet. Postscript file could be often replaced by PS, whose file extension is *.ps, which is a vector image file that could still contains raster graphs and text files. These two files are all so useful in our work life sometimes, so a question could be asked: how could we convert pptx to postscript easily with just only one converting tool? Do not worry, it is not a hard issue for DOC to Any Converter Commmand Line has been designed to help users solve this kinds of problems. DOC to Any Converter Command Line could not only be helpful on converting pptx to postscript, but also be very useful on other converting matters, such as converting ppt to pdf, ppt to jpg or doc to png etc.. More info of DOC to Any Converter Command Line, please visit its main webpage through this link: http://www.verydoc.com/doc-to-any-options.html.

Below are the details about how to convert pptx to postscript with DOC to Any Converter Command Line:

1. Run cmd.exe to open MS-DOS dialog box, you could choose one of ways below:

  • click [start]>choose [Run]>input [cmd]>click [ok];
  • click [Windows+R]>input [cmd]>click [ok].

2. Start DOC to Any Converter Command Line, there are several steps to follow:

  • input [cd\] and click [enter] to be back to root directory of MS-DOS system;
  • to use DOC to Any Converter Command Line, first, you need to enter into the disk of doc2any.exe, for example, if doc2any.exe is on disc (D), input [D:] and click [enter];
  • input the path of [doc2any.exe] and click [space], which is one method, the other method is that: drag [doc2any.exe] into the dialog box, then click [space].

3. Set up parameters for the conversion of pptx to postscript: input the parameters and click [space] to be continued. The point is that after inputting each parameters, clicking [space] button is necessary. Here is the example parameters below:

-wtext <string>          : Watermark text on printed document
  -wtext does support following dynamic values:
  %PageCount%, %PageNumber%, %PageCountRoman%, %PageCountRoman2%,
  %PageNumberRoman%, %PageNumberRoman2%, %Author%, %Keywords%,
  %Subject%, %Title%, %Filename%, %Date%, %Time%

-view                    : View file after creation

Here I input [-view –wtext “%PageNumberRoman% of %PageCountRoman%”] and click [space] button as an example.

4. Prepare source file: input source path and click [space].

5. Input objective path: input the path of targeting folder, then input [\], and type a created file name of ps, then input [.ps].

6. Convert pptx to postscript: click [enter] button, later, DOC to Any Converter could help you convert pptx to postscript quickly, when the MS-DOS screen display <Result=1>, the conversion of pptx to postscript is over with DOC to Any Converter Command Line in MS-DOS system.

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