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PDF-to-HTML is a tool that turns your PDF documents into HTML files in 3 simple steps. It is capable of converting even password-protected PDF files, for which you will be asked to provide the corresponding password. It can extract and add to the HTML file the graphic contents of the PDF file, keeping the original alignment and fonts. It provides support for command-line use, too.
The program is very easy to use, with a self-explanatory interface. This behaves like a wizard, so all you will have to do is follow the steps. On the first step, you will have to choose your source PDF file and - when necessary - provide its password. You may also change here the default output directory for the created HTML file(s). On the second step, you may specify a range of pages for conversion or select all pages, the default option. You can also specify if you want to get a single HTML file or a set of them, one file for each source page. In addition, you are allowed to switch the conversion of the images and pictures in the PDF on or off.
Finally, the third step is the conversion process itself, where all you have to do is relax and wait. This process, though, is very quick, and it will keep the original layout of the PDF file. If you chose to generate multiple HTML files, the program will create a two-frame HTML index file automatically. Thus, whenever you click on one of the page numbers in the left frame, its corresponding HTML file will be displayed on the right frame. Definitely, this program works like a charm!
- Easy to use, wizard-like application
- Supports password-protected PDF files
- Allows you to export PDF as a single HTML file or as multiple HTML files, one per page
- Generates an HTML index file automatically if you choose the multiple HTML option