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How to convert PDF to HTML

Convert PDF documents to HTML, which is more suitable for Internet publishing.

PDF format is becoming more and more popular among users. However, the problem of documents indexing of PDF files by search engines arises at this point. Many simple search engines do not index PDF documents, but rather just ignore them. We have a simple and convenient solution. Convert your PDF files to HTML using the PDF to HTML converter and easily integrate resulting HTML files in your existing web site structure. Converting PDF documents to HTML makes their contents more accessible and available for a larger target audience.

The following is one of the PDF to HTML Converters step by step guide, telling you how to convert PDF to HTML with Advanced PDF to HTML.

Setp.1 Download Advanced PDF to HTML converter here and install it.

Setp.2 In the General Options, click "Files and directories...". Click the "Add files" button to select the desired files. You may choose multiple files, which will be added to the files list. You may choose files from one or several different directories. If you choose the wrong file(s) by mistake, you can choose the file and click the "Remove" button. In addition, you can choose a directory where HTML documents will be placed. By default, the program places the HTML document in the same directory with the PDF document - the program will create a directory with the name of the original PDF file and will place all the output files there. If you need to move HTML files to other directories, uncheck the "Save to the same folder" and click the "Select" button. You may also manually type in the directory name or just copy/paste it.

Setp.3 In the General Options, click "Security...". Some PDF documents may be encrypted and contain different restrictions. For example, they cannot be edited or their contents cannot be copied. Sometimes you will need a password even to see the contents of the document. Thus, in order to convert the documents with the restrictions, you will need to provide one or even two passwords - one of the owner and one of the users. The program automatically determines the need of the password and will try to use the list of the passwords you have provided. You may also create lists of owner passwords and user passwords. Try to place more probable and commonly used passwords closer to the top of the lists. This will greatly enhance the program performance, as it will take less time to search for the appropriate password.

Setp.4 In Graphic Settings, click "Raster images...". The program allows saving images in the three most commonly used formats - BMP, PNG, GIF and JPG. By default, it uses PNG, as it is the most appropriate high-quality image format. If you prefer to use JPG, choose it in the drop down list. If you are planning to process the pictures further, choose BMP format, which saves images without loss of quality, thus keeping the images readily available for additional editing. Besides, whenever you choose JPG, you may specify the compression ratio. By default the ratio is set to 75%. Decrease the value to decrease the file size and, conversely, increase it for better quality. If you want HTML files with formatted text without any graphics, check the "Ignore images" option.

Setp.5 In Graphic Settings, click "Vector images...". PDF documents sometimes contain lines, arcs and other elements of vector graphics. Since regular HTML tags do not allow to display these primitives of vector graphics, the program uses the following technique - for every PDF document page which contains vector graphics, it copies the vector graphics elements as a raster image, which is used in the HTML document. This allows for preservation of most of the original graphics of the PDF document. However, if you do not want HTML files with vector graphics, then check the "Ignore images" option.

Setp.6 In the HTML Options, click "Page settings...". The program produces HTML pages with the original PDF document page formatting - background color, page width and height. You may want to change these settings to adjust the HTML documents to the page format of your web site. You may also specify your own title text, background and links colors, page width.

Setp.7 In the HTML Options, click "Frames and navigation...". You may select among one of three types of HTML document frame structures:
  • Three frames - page contents, bookmarks and navigation.
  • Two frames - page contents, bookmarks.
  • No frames - page contents only.
Besides, you can change bookmarks settings (color, font) and use your own navigation panel (though in this case basic HTML knowledge is required).

Setp.8 After the above steps, click the button "Start Conversion...", it will start converting.
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