Convert PDF to PostScript by command line

When you plan to convert a bunch of PDF to PostScript, you may consider of using a command line application. VeryDOC PDF to Vector Converter is a good choice. VeryDOC PDF to Vector Converter does not require third party applications. You can click here to download PDF to Vector Converter. After you decompress the zip file, you can do as follows to use a single command line to convert PDF to PostScript.

Firstly, you need to open the command prompt window. According to different operating systems, the way to open the command line window may be different. For example, if you are under Windows 7 or Vista, you can click Start, type cmd in the search box of the Start menu and press Enter.

Secondly, you can type a command line according to the following:

Usage: pdf2vec.exe [options] [Options] <PDF Files>

The example below may help you understand what should be included in a command line:

C:\pdf2vec_cmd\pdf2vec.exe C:\org.pdf D:\

C:\pdf2vec_cmd\pdf2vec.exe represents the executable file.

C:\org.pdf stands for the input file.

D:\ stands for the output file.

Please type a command line depending on your own requirements. After typing a command line, please press Enter on the keyboard. The computer will instantly generate the PS files as you wish.

This is how you can use PDF to Vector Converter to convert PDF to Postscript by command line. You can also use the converter to convert PDF to other files like WMF, EMF, EPS, and SWF. For more information, please visit the website at:

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