Convert Word to JPEG Command Line

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

Microsoft Word is one of the most popular programs for storing rich text documents. It uses Doc and Docx formats that are compatible with other applications, such as Microsoft Word Viewer, Corel WordPerfect Office X6, OpenOffice.org, OxygenOffice Professional, Hancom ThinkFree Office Write, Panergy docXConverter, NativeWinds Docx2Rtf, LibreOffice, etc.

But if you would like to view Word files with picture viewing software, you should consider converting Word to JPEG. If you only need a converter for personal purposes, then Total Doc Converter will be great for you. But if you want the program to be used by several users without graphic interface, we suggest you try Word to JPEG server converter by CoolUtils, Total Doc Converter X.

This program is designed for those who want to convert Word to JPEG, command line enabled, on a web server. Also, it should be noted that Total Doc Converter X is a Word JPEG C# converter, so that you can use this programming language easily! In addition, ActiveX is enabled in Total Doc Converter X.

With the help of this converter by CoolUtils, you can:

Convert Word to JPEG in batch, saving lots of time

Convert Word to formats other than JPEG (PDF, XLS, HTML, TIFF, RTF, TXT and Unicode TXT)

Edit Word documents and target files (adjustable paper format, adjustable fonts), and much more!

To convert Word to JPEG using command line, simply enter the following command:

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

<source&gt stands for the folder containing Word files

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

<options&gt stands for the actions command

The full list of supported commands is available here. Download a free trial version of Total Doc Converter X now and enjoy this tool for free for 1 month! Contact us to learn more about this and other products.

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