A way to convert Word to tif

The format of MS Office Word is usually DOC, whose file extension is *.doc. And TIF could stand for TIFF, and TIF files are the graphics container that can store both raster and vector images and contains high-quality graphics that supports color depths from 1 to 24-bit, which supports both lossy and lossless compression, and it also supports multiple layers and pages. Besides, Word documents belong to MS Office documents, and if you want to get TIF file from Office document, I know a converter that could help you easily. DOC to Any Converter Command Line is a powerful converting tool that can help users convert Office files to most popular formats, word to pdf, pptx to swf and docx to eps, for example. More info of DOC to Any Converter, you could click here. And here is the method to convert Word to tif----doc to tiff with DOC to Any Converter Command Line below.

1. Click “start” on your computer, then its menu comes out, please select “Run” there, and when a dialog box pop out, please input “cmd.exe” in the edit-box, at last, click “ok”, then the command prompt window could be popup, which is just our running environment of DOC to Any Converter Command Line. And here is the current directory below:

C:\Documents and Settings\admin>

2. Make sure where the program of “doc2any.exe” is located, then make the program jump to the root directory of that hard disc. For instance, if your program of “doc2any.exe” is located on disc of D, you might need to input “D:” in the command prompt window in order to enter into the disc containing “doc2any.exe”, and here is the command line below:

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

(note: <> stands for the essential step, and <ENTER> represents the essential action in the command lines, which is to click “enter” of keyboard in order to execute the command)

3. In this step, you might need to enter into the folder containing the program of “doc2any.exe”, here you might need to use the command “cd”, which means “change directory”, more details, please refer to the following example:

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


(note: “doc2any_cmd” is to enter into the directory of “doc2any_cmd” folder)

4. There is one thing I need to mention about, which is that you need to make your source file in the same folder as the one of “doc2any.exe”. After access to the directory of the folder named “doc2any_cmd”, it’s time to run DOC to Any Converter Command Line. With this method, to use the converting tool in the command prompt window, you just only need to input the name of “doc2any.exe”, and then add the source file by the way of inputting the file name and the file extension, which is enough, and select the targeting path with the same way as the one of the source file, as last, please click “ENTER” to convert Word to tif----doc to tiff, and here are the details about the steps below:

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



It is the end to convert Word to tif---doc to tiff with DOC to Any Converter Command Line. And if you have any questions, please contact us asap by replying this article. Meanwhile, if you want to download DOC to Any Converter Command Line, please click this link and save the program https://www.verydoc.com/doc2any_cmd.zip.

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