How to convert Office to multipage TIFF

Want to convert files of Office to multipage TIFF with command line? This article would like to describe how to use VeryDOC DOC to Any Converter to accomplish it on Windows platforms.

VeryDOC DOC to Any Converter is a powerful utility which allows you to use commands to produce various popular files, e.g., image files of TIFF, JPG, EMF, BMP, etc., and also this application supports converting Office files to multipage TIFF file, such as Word to multipage TIFF file, Excel to multipage TIFF file, or PowerPoint file to multipage TIFF file, etc.. Besides this, this utility provides users with multiple targeting properties. Thus, if you want to try this software by yourself, please click icon below:

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And you may need to know what is TIFF file, then here is description about this format:

TIFF file is high-quality graphics format file that is often used for storing images with many colors, such as digital photos. TIFF format could be also abbreviated to "TIF". TIFF file supports for layers and multiple pages. TIFF files can be saved in an uncompressed (lossless) format or may incorporate .JPEG (lossy) compression. They may also use LZW lossless compression, which reduces the TIFF file size, but does not reduce the quality of the image.

After you get trial version of VeryDOC DOC to Any Converter and know TIFF file generally, you can follow steps below to convert Office file to multipage TIFF file by yourself:

1. Open command prompt window

Commands need to be typed in this window, so you need to open it firstly in your computer.

2. Refer to example to convert Office file to multipage TIFF file

Here are examples below:

doc2any.exe –multipagetif C:\in1.doc C:\out1.tif

doc2any.exe –multipagetif C:\in2.xls C:\out2.tif

doc2any.exe –multipagetif C:\in3.ppt C:\out3.tif

In the examples above:

  • doc2any.exe is to call “doc2any.exe” in order to use this application
  • -multipagetif is parameter to make multipage TIFF file during producing TIFF files
  • ….doc/xls/ppt is to specify source file in command prompt window
  • ….tif is to specify targeting filename and file type in command prompt window

After you type commands and parameters like above and converting Office file to multipage TIFF file, your added source Office file could be converted to multipage TIFF file as you expect. To know more practical functions on VeryDOC DOC to Any Converter, please keep visiting here when you have spare time.

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