Print MS Office 2010 pptx to png using virtual printer

This article aims to illustrate how to print MS Office 2010 pptx to png via the virtual printer, and the main converting tool is DOC to Any Converter Command Line, which has been designed to help users create any kinds of files from the Office files with the specific properties singly or in batches in Windows systems.

Pptx is the format created in MS PowerPoint 2007 and 2010 for Windows systems, thus, the process from Office 2007 pptx file to png file with DOC to Any Converter Command Line is the same as the conversion from MS PowerPoint 2010 pptx file to png file with DOC to Any Converter Command Line in Windows systems.

To start this conversion, first, please run the operating environment of DOC to Any Converter Command Line, which is the command prompt window in Windows systems: press “start”, click “Run” > input “cmd.exe” or “cmd” in the dialog box of “Run” > press “ok”.

Then, after you start the command prompt window in your computer, you can refer to the following command line to process your own single task, which is based from pptx to png with DOC to Any Converter Command Line through the virtual printer:

E:\doc2any_cmd\doc2any.exe –useprinter D:\files1\ab.pptx D:\files2\ab.png<enter>

And the tips about the command line above, are as follows:

E:\doc2any_cmd\doc2any.exe is the path of “doc2any.exe”, which is used to run DOC to Any Converter Command Line, which is also the first step to input the command line in the command prompt window; –useprinter is to use the virtual printer by the way of typing the parameter “-useprinter” in the command prompt window, which is the second step to type the command line in the command prompt window; D:\files1\ab.pptx is the source path of the pptx file, and to input the source path in the command prompt window is the third step to process the task in the command prompt window; D:\files2\ab.png is the path of the objective png file, which is fourth step to process the task in the command prompt window; Finally, you can press “enter” in the command prompt window in order to start the conversion with DOC to Any Converter Command Line.

And if you are tired of process the single task one by one with DOC to Any Converter Command Line in the command prompt window, you can refer to the following command line to use DOC to Any Converter Command Line to process the task from Office 2007 and Office 2010 pptx to png in batches in the command prompt window:

E:\doc2any_cmd\doc2any.exe –useprinter D:\files1\*.pptx D:\files2\*.png<enter>

The key point to process the task in batches with DOC to Any Converter Command Line, is to use the wildcard character “*” to take the place of the source file name and the objective file name in the source path and the objective path in the command prompt window. And the precondition to convert all of the pptx files to png files one time is that the pptx files should be in the uniform folder in your computer.

At the end of this article, I think you can know the process from Office 2010 and Office 2007 pptx to png through the virtual printer with DOC to Any Converter Command Line. And here are the download links of DOC to Any Converter Command Line and the virtual printer of docprint pro below:

http://www.verydoc.com/doc2any_cmd.zip 

 http://dl.verypdf.net/docprint_pro_setup.exe

You can click them to download these two converting tools separately in your computer, and then you can install them in your computer by the way of double-clicking “doc2any.exe” and “docprint_pro_setup.exe” in your computer. By the way, you also need to set this virtual printer as the default printer in your computer.

And if you want to know more about DOC to Any Converter Command Line, you can click the following link, which can take you to the homepage of DOC to  Any Converter Command Line online:

http://www.verydoc.com/doc-to-any-options.html

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