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Total Doc Converter X

Convert DOC to TIFF In Batches Via Command Line

When using the Total Doc Converter X, you'll be able to convert Doc to TIFF from command line within seconds. Free of interrupting messages, our command line converter lets you set up jobs through command prompts and save them by creating convenient .bat files. No job is ever too big, as Doc Converter X is able to process hundreds of thousands of files at a time in batch.

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Because it has no GUI, it's perfect for server administrators and network users alike. Simply install Total Doc Converter X on your web server and decide whether to use it as a stand-alone app, or share it with the entire network. Additionally, we've included full ActiveX support, letting you integrate the converter with most Windows apps.

If you're not sure how to convert Doc to TIFF from Windows command line, that's OK -- we provide a comprehensive master list of available commands.

Loaded with options, when you convert Doc to TIFF you'll also be able to:

  • Resize image proportions.
  • Adjust image position by rotating.
  • Crop image margins.
  • Specify compression level.
  • Select color palette (photometric).
  • Add a custom watermark.

We welcome you to give it a try before you decide to purchase. Download our free trial version to get an idea of just how amazingly helpful and powerful this conversion utility is! If you choose to upgrade to the full version, we offer several different licensing options to accommodate servers of all sizes. Also available is our special developer-only license.

Now supporting over a dozen different languages, we're certain there's a version that's perfect for you -- wherever you may be located. Feedback is incredibly important to us! Visit us on Facebook and Twitter to let us know what you think.

Windows 2000/2003/Vista/7/8/10.

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Examples of Total Doc ConverterX

Convert Doc files With TotalDocConverterX and .NET

string src="C:\\test\\Source.Doc";
string dest="C:\\test\\Dest.PDF";

DocConverterX Cnv = new DocConverterX();
Cnv.Convert(src, dest, "-c PDF -log c:\\test\\Doc.log");

MessageBox.Show("Convert complete!");

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Convert Doc Files On Web Servers With Total Doc ConverterX

dim C
Set C=CreateObject("DocConverter.DocConverterX")
C.Convert "c:\source.DOC", "c:\dest.TIF", "-cTIF -log c:\doc.log"
Response.Write C.ErrorMessage
set C = nothing
Example2 ASP: directly stream the resulting PDF
dim C
Set C=CreateObject("DocConverter.DocConverterX")
Response.Clear
Response.AddHeader "Content-Type", "binary/octet-stream"
Rresponse.AddHeader "Content-Disposition", "attachment; filename=test.pdf"
Response.BinaryWrite c.ConvertToStream("C:\www\ASP\Source.doc", "C:\www\ASP", "-cpdf  -log c:\html.log")
set C = nothing
If you use ActiveX on a web-server, please, remember to register it in your web-server account. If you don't have MS Office or MS Word installed on your computer, please download this additional free office converter pack to convert doc files.

Some more samples in C# specifically for ASP.net. If you need examples on other languages please contact us. We will create any example specially for you.

Convert Doc Files On Web Servers With Total Doc ConverterX

$src="C:\test.doc";
$dest="C:\test.htm";
if (file_exists($dest)) unlink($dest);
$c= new COM("DocConverter.DocConverterX");
$c->convert($src,$dest, "-c htm  -log c:\doc.log");
if (file_exists($dest)) echo "OK"; else echo "fail:".$c->ErrorMessage;

Convert Doc Files With Total Doc ConverterX and Ruby

require 'win32ole'
c = WIN32OLE.new('DocConverter.DocConverterX')

src="C:\\test\\test.docx";
dest="C:\\test\\test.pdf";

c.convert(src,dest, "-c PDF -log c:\\test\\Doc.log");

if not File.exist?(dest)
  puts c.ErrorMessage
end

Convert Doc files With Total Doc ConverterX and Python

import win32com.client
import os.path

c = win32com.client.Dispatch("DocConverter.DocConverterX")

src="C:\\test\\test.docx";
dest="C:\\test\\test.pdf";

c.convert(src, dest, "-c PDF -log c:\\test\\Doc.log");

if not os.path.exists(file_path):
  print(c.ErrorMessage)

Convert Doc files With Pascal and Total Doc ConverterX

uses Dialogs, Vcl.OleAuto;

var
  c: OleVariant;
begin
  c:=CreateOleObject('DocConverter.DocConverterX');
  C.Convert('c:\test\source.docx', 'c:\test\dest.pdf', '-cPDF -log c:\test\Doc.log');
  IF c.ErrorMessage<> Then
    ShowMessage(c.ErrorMessage);
end;

Convert Doc Files On Web Servers With Total Doc ConverterX

var c = new ActiveXObject("DocConverter.DocConverterX");
c.Convert("C:\\test\\source.docx", "C:\\test\\dest.pdf", "-c PDF");
if (c.ErrorMessage!="")
  alert(c.ErrorMessage)

Convert Doc files With Total Doc ConverterX and Perl

use Win32::OLE;

my $src="C:\\test\\test.docx";
my $dest="C:\\test\\test.pdf";

my $c = CreateObject Win32::OLE 'DocConverter.DocConverterX';
$c->convert($src,$dest, "-c pdf  -log c:\\test\\Doc.log");
print $c->ErrorMessage if -e $dest;

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