Two ways to convert Excel to png with DOC to Any Converter Command Line

DOC to Any Converter Command Line is an expert to help users convert Office documents to anther popular format, such Word to swf, Excel to pdf, and PowerPoint to hpgl etc.. Without the GUI interface, DOC to Any Converter Command Line is very flexible in the conversion, which could help you process the task with the different ways :). And in this article, I will show you 2 methods to convert Excel to png with DOC to Any Converter Command Line, and if you have some interest, please read the following paragraphs.

To convert Excel file to png file with DOC to Any Converter Command Line, first, please open the operating environment of DOC to Any Converter Command Line: click “start” of pc, then its menu could be popup, and please select “Run” on start menu, then another dialog box could be popup, then please input “cmd.exe” and click “ok”  in order to run the program of “cmd.exe”, and at last, the command prompt window could be opened, which is the running environment of DOC to Any Converter Command Line. And there is a current directory in the command prompt window, then if you want to run DOC to Any Converter Command Line, you could input the path of “doc2any.exe” , which will help you start the converting tool in the command prompt window. And after this, if you would like, you could set the options via inputting the parameters when finished starting the converting tool. And in the following example, <options> is used to stand for all the parameters you may input in the command prompt window. Next, please add the source file via inputting the path of the source file, and input the objective path in the command prompt window. Then at last, to process the task, please click “enter”, and here is the example below, which you could refer to: 🙂

C:\Documents and Settings\admin>D:\doc2any_cmd\doc2any.exe<space><options><space>

C:\input\may.xls<space>E:\out\may.png<enter>

And here is the example to convert Excel file to png file with one file per sheet below:

C:\Documents and Settings\admin>D:\doc2any_cmd\doc2any.exe<space><options><space>

C:\input\may.xls<space>E:\out\may%.png<enter>

(note: to add “%” at the end of the targeting file name is the key point to convert each sheet of xls to single page png file, and however, PNG file just only can contain one page in one file, so it is the same to add "%" or not in the conversion, which will be the same result that is the conversion of each sheet of xls to dozens of single page files)

One of the merits about the command lines is very flexible, and so DOC to Any Converter Command Line could be very flexible, too, thus, here is another way to convert Excel file to png file with DOC to Any Converter Command Line below:

C:\Documents and Settings\admin>D:<enter>

(note: to enter into D disc that containing “doc2any.exe”)

D:\>cd<space>doc2any_cmd<enter>

(note: to change directory, then enter into the folder of “doc2any_cmd” containing “doc2any.exe”)

D:\doc2any_cmd\>doc2any<space>may.xls<space>may.png<enter>

(note: to run the converter, to add the source file and the targeting file name with extension)

At last, here is the link of the official webpage of DOC to Any Converter Command Line: https://www.verydoc.com/doc-to-any-options.html, where there are many real parameters that you might use sometimes. And by now, it is the end of this article about the conversion from Excel to png with DOC to Any Converter Command Line. 🙂

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