Convert Word to TIFF Command Line

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

Doc or DocX is a file format used by Microsoft Word processing software. Usually, it contains text, images, formatting, styles, drawn objects, and other document elements.

TIFF is a graphics container that can store both raster and vector images. The easiest way to view Word files with the help of software for photo viewing is to convert Word to TIFF. Most users will find Total Doc Converter to be more than enough; however, advanced users who use web server might feel a need for Word to TIFF server converter.

CoolUtils is happy to introduce Total Doc Converter X, an advanced version of Total Doc Converter, designed to work on web servers. This program makes it possible to run conversions by many users. Also, this converter allows you to:

Convert Word to TIFF in batch silently (no GUI, no interrupting messages)

Make converter a part of existing web application thanks to ActiveX

Provide converting services online thanks to ActiveX

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

All you need to do to convert Word to TIFF, command line enabled, is 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

You can find the complete list of commands supported by CoolUtils' Total Doc Converter X on the developer's official website. You can either purchase the life-long activation key or download a trial version of the converter valid for 30 days. The evaluation copy of Total Doc Converter X comes with no obligation, spyware, adware or malware. It is designed solely for evaluation purposes and should be uninstalled upon the expiration of the trial period.

Download Total Doc Converter X now!

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