A way to convert rtf to jpg with DOC to Any Converter Command Line

This article is to illustrate how to use DOC to Any Converter Command Line convert rtf to jpg. First, please allow me to introduce DOC to Any Converter Command Line. DOC to Any Converter Command Line has been designed to help you convert Office files to other popular files, such as odt to pdf, ods to eps, or pptx to swf etc., also for the conversion between the Office files, DOC to Any Converter Command Line still could offer you a perfect answer. :). And for JPG is short for JPEG, which is a format of a raster image file, the conversion from rtf file to jpg file is the process from rtf to jpeg. 🙂 More info about DOC to Any Converter Command Line, please click this link: https://www.verydoc.com/doc-to-any-options.html. Next, if you are interested in the conversion of rtf file to jpg file, please read the following paragraphs. 🙂

First, please run the operating environment, and the steps are here: click “start” of your pc>select “Run” on start menu>a dialog box could be popup>input “cmd”> click “ok”>the command prompt window could be popup automatically. Second, in the current directory, you could run the converter, edit the properties of the objective file, add the source file and set the targeting file type and file location in turns, then click “enter” to process the task. Here there is one thing I think I need to mention: for setting the properties of the targeting file. However, if you would not like to edit the properties, please skip to next step after launching the converter to add the source file. And to make you understand more, the steps are as follows:

  • drag and drop the program of “doc2any.exe” to launch DOC to Any Converter Command Line
  • after the running of the converter, input the parameters, which is to help you edit the targeting properties (if there is no requirement to edit the targeting properties, skip it to next step)
  • drag and drop the source file into the command prompt window to add the source file for the conversion
  • to set the targeting file type and file name, please input the targeting path, and for jpeg file could not contain several pages in one file, to convert xlsx to jpg with one file per sheet is equal to convert xlsx file to jpeg file normally, and if you would like,  please add “%” next to the targeting file name, or just skip this action to input the targeting path normally, which will give you the same result 🙂
  • click “enter” to process the task

And here are the examples below, which are to convert rtf to jpg entirely and to convert rtf to jpeg with one file per page, where <options> is to stand for any parameters you could input:

C:\Documents and Settings\admin>D:\doc2any_cmd\doc2any.exe<space><options><space>D:\abd.rtf<space>D:\abd.jpg<enter>

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C:\Documents and Settings\admin>D:\doc2any_cmd\doc2any.exe<space><options><space>D:\abd.rtf<space>D:\bc%.jpg<enter>

One thing I need to say is the 2 examples could give us the same result, which is jpg files are from each page of the single rtf file, if rtf file contains several pages in one file. 🙂

To know more real parameters for the conversion, please click this link: https://www.verydoc.com/doc-to-any-options.html.  Thank you for reading this article about how to convert rtf to jpg---rtf to jpeg with DOC to Any Converter Command Line.

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