using doc2any with the "-checkpwd" option we can avoid hanging on the GUI if there is a password on the file; however, the program gives no output indicating that this is why the program failed to convert the document. Is there any way to know that this is why the conversion failed? Is there any way that you could add some text on stderr to tell us that this is why it failed? We're trying to report back to the end-user that the file contained a password... but right now there's no way to distinguish that type of "failure" from any other failure to convert the document.
Please add "-debug" parameter to your command line options, "-debug" parameter will print more detaled information to console, for example,
Doc2any.exe -debug -checkpwd C:\test.doc C:\out.pdf
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I am needing a way to convert PPT to SVG.
Please help I did not realize it would be this hard.
Thanks for your message, you can use VeryDOC DOC to Any Converter to convert a PPT file to SVG file directly, VeryDOC DOC to Any Converter can be downloaded from following web page,
you can run following command lines to convert from PPT files to SVG files,
doc2any.exe C:\test.ppt C:\out.svg
doc2any.exe C:\test.pptx C:\out.svg
I have purchased some stuff like this in the past that has not worked. Can you convert 1 of my 20 plus templates to show me yours does work.
Thanks You very much
Please refer to attached SVG file, this SVG file was created by following command line, we hoping this SVG file will reach your requirement,
doc2any.exe "D:\temp\ecraft boardingpass.pptx" "D:\temp\ecraft boarding pass.svg"
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