PDF to Html Pro

Developer: DAWEI GUO

Current Version: 4.0.0

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 20.9 MB - Download

Description:

*****Seamlessly Convert PDF to Html

iSkysoft PDF to Html Pro can convert PDF files to Html quickly and efficiently with the original text, images, graphics, and hyperlinks greatly preserved. After the conversion, you’ll see the output Html looks exactly the same with the original PDF files.

*****Key Features
1.High Preservation

Precisely preserve the original PDF texts, layouts, images, graphics, tables, hyperlinks in the output Html documents.

2.Batch and Partial Conversion

√ Batch conversion saves your time by allowing you to import multiple PDF files at one time.
√ Partial conversion enables you to flexibly select the specific page or a range of pages.


3.Fast, Easy and Efficient
√Quickly convert PDF files to Html.

√The interface is quite simple. Only in 3 steps, you can successfully convert PDF to Html.

√Support drag-and-drop operation. You can add, remove, or change the order for conversion by dragging and dropping.


4.Convert Encrypted PDF Files

√For PDF files that are protected from copying, editing and printing by Owner Password, iSkysoft PDF to Html Pro can convert them to html directly.

√For PDF files that are protected from opening by Open Password, you need to enter the right password to convert them.

*****Support OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion

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Most Helpful Reviews

1/5
Version 4.0.0
Review by Richever forever

Not Good - The description is very misleading. It only converts text. It does not convert images. I wanted to imbed images in my Email and this app won't do that.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people

More Reviews for Current Version

2/5
Version 4.0.0
Review by Sews a lot

Needs help - At first blush the generated html code seems okay… Things I like: *) Works quickly *) You can do multiple pdfs at a time *) the generated html is a package with +) paging controls +) bookmark controls +) print pages control +) zoom in and zoom out controls +) you can hide the page/book mark region +) page alignment controls (left align, center, right align) though I cannot see why one would want it. Still cool. *) Each pdf -> html gets its own directory Then you realize that: * The code is generating — which aren’t supported in HTML5. Long term use of the generated code is not advisable. * if you want to use these generated pages in a local non-server application you will get Cross Origin errors and the pages will not render unless you turn off Cross Origin restrictions in your browser (not safe to do) * A way to specify the default font and fontsize to use for the pages would be very helpful * The picture alignment with text can get fairly wonky — there are pictures on top of text or visa versa I thought about writing a post-processor but realized that I could have just built the pages by hand for the work it would require. :(

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
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