Convert PRN to WMF Command Line

Windows XP/2003/Vista/7/8/10

Companies that use electronic document management systems oftentimes have hundreds of files saved in PDF format. Another format that is oftentimes used for storage of electronic documents is PRN as it was created for printing. If your employees have problems viewing PRN files, you can significantly simplify their business processes by getting a specialized PRN server converter.

Of course, they can use online converters, but they do not guarantee 100% quality of results, which is crucial when it comes to business paperwork. We suggest you try Total PDF Converter if the program will be used by only one employee or Total PDF Converter X if your workers need to convert PRN to WMF on a server.

Total PDF Converter X allows your workers to convert PRN to WMF and other formats, including DOC, DOCX, RTF, XLS, HTML, EPS, PS, EMF, PNG, TXT, CSV, BMP, JPEG, GIF, WMF and TIFF. All you need to do to convert PRN to WMF (command line is used) is to enter a simple command:

PDFConverterX.exe <source&gt <destination&gt <options&gt, where

<source&gt stands for the folder containing Excel files

<destination&gt stands for the folder you want to have output files to be saved

<options&gt stands for the actions command

Example: PDFConverterX.exe C:\My Documents\*.PRN C:\WMF\ -cWMF. Total PDF Converter X will convert all PRN files located in My Documents.

Total PDF Converter is a good solution to convert PRN to WMF (C# is used). You can find C# samples in C:\Program Files\Total PDF ConverterX.

To take advantage of other options enabled in Total PDF Converter X, see the list of command line options supported by the program. Using these options you will be able to

    Convert PRN in batch

    Set the destination folder

    Combine files into one document

    Render elements you want to include into the output document

    Create file name template

    Split PRN into multiple documents, and more.

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