Convert multiple JPG to DOCX in C++

High-speed C++ library to convert several JPG into DOCX

Use C++ to obtain maximum JPG into DOCX merge speed. This is a professional solution to join several JPG into a single DOCX using C++. Try it online for free!

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Convert JPG to one DOCX in C++

C++ library allows C++ developers to convert JPG to DOCX with a few lines of code. JPG conversion engine analyses the original JPG layout and structure, and exports the combined content to DOCX format.

Use C++ to convert JPG to DOCX with maximum flexibility and speed. Run online live demo and check the highest DOCX quality right in a browser. JPG Conversion API supports a bunch of useful options.

Merge JPG to DOCX

To convert several JPG to DOCX just use C++ library that handles all low-level details.

Convert multiple JPG and save the result as a single DOCX. If you develop code in C++, this will be simpler than it sounds. See C++ example that iterates through documents and converts them to DOCX:

Code example in C++ to combine multiple JPG to DOCX
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using namespace Aspose::Words;

std::vector<String> fileNames { u"Input1.jpg", u"Input2.jpg" };

auto doc = MakeObject<Document>();
auto builder = MakeObject<DocumentBuilder>(doc);

for (const auto& fileName : fileNames)
    // Insert a paragraph break to avoid overlapping images.

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How to convert several JPG into DOCX

  1. Install 'Aspose.Words for C++'.
  2. Add a library reference (import the library) to your C++ project.
  3. Open the source JPG file in C++.
  4. Convert several JPG files into DOCX in a few seconds.
  5. Call the 'AppendDocument()' method, passing an output filename with DOCX extension.
  6. Get the result of conversion JPG into DOCX.

C++ library to convert several JPG into DOCX

There are three options to install Aspose.Words for C++ to your developer environment. Please choose one that resembles your needs and follow the step-by-step instructions:

System Requirements

You can use this C++ library to develop software on Microsoft Windows, Linux and macOS operating systems:

  • GCC >= 6.3.0 and Clang >= 3.9.1 are required for Linux
  • Xcode >= 12.5.1, Clang and libc++ are required for macOS

If you develop software for Linux or macOS, please check information on additional library dependencies (fontconfig and mesa-glu open-source packages) in Product Documentation.

Other Supported JPG Merge operations

You can merge JPG to many other file formats:


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