DOC to Any Converter Command Line is an application to help users create files from MS Office and OpenOffice based on the command line and Windows platforms. Here is an example to convertand with DOC to Any Converter Command Line below:
Click here, a zip file about DOC to Any Converter Command Line can be downloaded to your computer. Then, you should extract the content to your computer so that later “doc2any.exe” can be called directly
After the program of “doc2any.exe” is in your computer, you need to type the command line to process your task. However, before this operation, please click “start” > select “Run” > type “cmd” or “cmd.exe” > click “ok” on your screen of computer, then the running environment of DOC to Any Converter Command Line---the command prompt window can be popped out.
Then, you can start to input the command line in the command prompt window, which needs you to do the followings step by step:
- launch DOC to Any Converter Command Line
You can realize it by the way of calling “doc2any.exe” through typing the path of “doc2any.exe”, or drag and drop this program “doc2any.exe” into the command prompt window.
- prepare to edit producer of pdf
To edit producer of pdf, you need to type a parameter after the path of “doc2any.exe”, which is “-producer <string>”, where “<string>” should be a kind of string.
- add the source file for the conversion from and
To realize it in the command prompt window, please type the path of the txt file, or drag and drop it into the command prompt window directly.
- select a targeting folder for your pdf file and name the objective pdf file
To solve this problem, you can input a targeting path in the command prompt window, which includes the path of the destination folder and the objective filename of pdf.
- produce your pdf file with one click on “enter”
After all the basic preparation is completed, please click “enter” in the command prompt window so that your pdf file can be produced quickly.
The following command lines are the examples about this process, maybe you can refer to them, if you feel confused at this moment:
D:\doc2any_cmd\doc2any.exe –producer “Hilary Clinton” F:\source\source1.txt G:\target\source1.pdf
D:\doc2any_cmd\doc2any.exe –producer “Bill Clinton” G:\input\source2.txt F:\output\source2.pdf
D:\doc2any_cmd\doc2any.exe –producer “Barack Obama” D:\in\source3.txt E:\OUT\source3.pdf
(note: D:\doc2any_cmd\doc2any.exe is the path of “doc2any.exe; –producer “Hilary Clinton” is to set producer of pdf as “Hilary Clinton”, similarly to others; F:\source\source1.txt and G:\target\source1.pdf are the source path and the targeting path, similarly to others in the examples above)