Have you ever tried to convertand edit with command line before? Have you ever wanted to fulfilled this series of processing during one process? If all is yes, maybe you can try to read the following paragraphs to find the answer there.
First, DOC to Any Converter Command Line is the main tool for this task in Windows platforms. Thus, if you do not own it in your computer, please click the following link to save a zip file firstly:
Then, after you unzip it to your computer, please follow the steps below to open the operating environment of DOC to Any Converter Command Line-----the command prompt window in Windows systems:
hit “Windows + R” – type “cmd.exe” – click “ok” in dialog box of “Run”, or click “start” – hit “Run” on start menu – input “cmd” – click “ok”
After that, please refer to the following command line to process your task fromand editing in the command prompt window:
g:\doc2any_cmd\doc2any.exe –creator “Kungfu Panda” d:\sources\a.txt d:\sources\a.pdf<enter>
thereinto, g:\doc2any_cmd\doc2any.exe is the path of “doc2any.exe”, which is used to call “doc2any.exe” in order to make DOC to Any Converter Command Line serve you later; –creator “Kungfu Panda” is the parameter used to edit creator of pdf as “Kungfu Panda”; d:\sources\a.txt is the source path of text file, which is used for adding source file; d:\sources\a.pdf is the objective path used to save pdf file and name it; <enter> is used to mark it is essential to click “enter” in the command prompt window so that DOC to Any Converter Command Line can help you generate pdf file automatically.
After you know all the steps above, if you still do not want to input the boring paths, you can copy and paste the command line above to your command prompt window, then change the paths accordingly to the real ones, then click “enter”, too.
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