e-PDF to HTML Converter allows you to convert specific pages PDF to HTML very flexibly, which is a good tool for you to select in Windows systems.
HTML format is web page coded in HTML that can be displayed in a Web browser; formats text, tables, images, and other content that is displayed on the page. Most pages within static websites have an ".html" extension.The HTML source code is parsed by the Web browser and is typically not seen by the user. If you want to view the HTML of a Web page, select "View Source" from the Web browser's View menu. Since HTML files are saved in a standard text format, they can be opened and edited with a basic text editor.
After short introduction about HTML format, want to produce HTML files from specific pages PDF files right now? Here are steps to realize them in your own computer of Windows systems:
Please download installer of e-PDF to HTML Converter here, and double-click it to follow setup wizard to install it in your computer so that you can use it for later conversion:
2. Set specific pages
After installation, please open its GUI interface on your screen, then click File on toolbar > select Preferences on pop list there, and then, Preferences panel could be opened on screen, where you can set specific pages for PDF files which will be added later:
Click tab General on Preferences panel, then you can see Page Range and From and To, and to set specific pages of PDF files for conversion, you need to click Selected Pages on dropdown list Page Range, and then, edit boxes of From and To could be activated, where you need type page number for setting specific pages, finally, click OK on this panel so that your setting here could be saved directly, and program could help you jump back to GUI interface.
Fig. Click File and select preferences to open its panel during converting specific pages PDF file to HTML file
Fig. Click general and set specific pages during converting PDF file to HTML file
3. Add PDF files, set targeting folder and convert specific pages PDF file to HTML file
After specific pages setting, please add PDF files and specify destination folder with these ways:
Click File on toolbar > select Open on pop list, so a dialog box could be opened for you where you need to select some PDF files you want to convert later and click open, and by now, PDF files are successfully added, so program offers you another dialog box where you can set targeting folder, and then please click OK there so that e-PDF to HTML Converter could convert specific pages PDF file to HTML file, and targeting HTML files could be added into targeting folder.
So above is description about how to use e-PDF to HTML Converter to convert specific pages PDF file to HTML file through its GUI interface in Windows systems. However, e-PDF to HTML Converter also allow you to convert PDF files to HTML file with command line, so if you are interested in it, please read the following:
1. Open command prompt
Click hotkey Windows + R > type cmd and click ok, then it could be opened directly.
2. Convert specific pages PDF file to HTML file
In opened command prompt window, please refer to following example to type your own commands and parameter:
pdf2html.exe –f 1 –l 3 -i c:\ab.pdf -o c:\ab.htm
(note: pdf2html.exe is to run software through executive file “pdf2html.exe” which is located in where e-PDF to HTML Converter is installed, –f 1 is to specify first page to convert, –l 3 is to specify last page to convert, -i is to specify input file c:\ab.pdf and -o is to specify output file c:\ab.htm)
PS: commands function only works when you purchase full version of this software.
After commands and parameters typed in your own command prompt, you can convert specific pages PDF file to HTML file directly, and then, targeting HTML file from specific pages of PDF file could be produced into targeting folder very quickly.
After you know both GUI and commands ways to convert specific pages PDF file to HTML file, if you want to get trial version of this software, please do not hesitate to try e-PDF to HTML Converter here right now! And for more functions about it, welcome to keep your eye on here.