A way to convert txt to pcx

PCX is short for Paintbrush Bitmap Image File, which is a raster image format developed by ZSoft. PCX became one of the original bitmap image formats for the DOS/Windows platform, whose file supports 24-bit color images, 8-bit grayscale and indexed color images, and 1-bit black and white images compressed using RLE encoding. The PCX file is still used by some fax and scanning applications. This article is to show you how to convert txt to pcx with an amazing tool, which is DOC to Any Converter Command Line. With DOC to Any Converter Command Line, it is not hard to get the popular format files from the Office files and the OpenOffice files. DOC to Any Converter Command Line can not only supports the single process, but also process the batch conversion. More details about DOC to Any Converter Command Line, please click this link: https://www.verydoc.com/doc-to-any-options.html.

Here are the several steps to convert txt file to pcx file with DOC to Any Converter Command Line below:

1. Open the command prompt window

there are 2 ways to help you open the running environment of DOC to Any Converter Command Line----the command prompt window:

  • click “start” > select “Run” > type “cmd.exe” > click “ok”
  • click “Windows+R” > input “cmd” > press “ok”

and the current directory is “C:\Documents and Settings\admin>” in the command prompt window.

2. Launch DOC to Any Converter Command Line

still, there are 2 ways for you to start the main tool of this conversion in the command prompt window:

  • type the path of “doc2any.exe” in the command prompt window
  • drag and drop the program of “doc2any.exe” into the command prompt window

3. Type the command lines

after starting the main tool, you should add the source file----the txt file, it is easy to drag and drop it into the command prompt window, however, you can choose another way to reach the same result, which is to input its source path. Then please input the objective path in order to assign a destination folder for the targeting files. Then, to convert txt file to pcx file, please click “enter”. For more details on the format and the sequence, please refer to the following example, where “<space>” stands for the click on “space” button and “<enter>” represent one click on “enter” button below:



Based on the example above, if you want to convert txt file to pcx file with DOC to Any Converter Command Line, you should change the paths retaining the format and the sequence. Of course, for DOC to Any Converter Command Line is a powerful tool, it can help you edit the properties of the pcx files, and if you want to know more, please see the following example:



“-bitcount 8” is to help you set the image bit-count as 8 so that the pcx files are the grayscale images.

More parameters for this conversion from txt to pcx, please visit the official website of DOC to Any Converter Command Line at this link: https://www.verydoc.com/doc-to-any-options.html. And I guess as a result of this article, you may like this tool a little, so here I can give you the download link of DOC to Any Converter Command Line: https://www.verydoc.com/doc2any_cmd.zip, which can be used to save the program by the way of one click. Any questions, please contact us as soon as possible, we are waiting for your precious opinions anytime!

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