If you run a local network and would like to provide its users with a converter for HTM files, use Total HTML ConverterX. This is a server HTM converter that supports many conversion modes, such as:
This is not the full list of options. Each mode differs from the rest by the set of parameters. For converting HTM to RTF via command line you can edit headers/footers, change margins, set paper format. To protect the future copies from unwanted use or to setup your authorship, you can apply watermark. You can convert each HTM page to a separate RTF document or combine all into one. All these settings are specified in convert HTM to RTF command line parameters - simple codes added to the end of conversion command.
Total HTML ConverterX allows rendering only text without images. This means you can extract texts from HTM sources and save them in RTF format for further edits. Alternatively you can convert files saving images too, as well as initial formatting. While for this HTM RTF converter no GUI is provided, you can integrate it into a web app. It can become a part of a ready-made client-server service or be inbuilt into some graphic interface to be a standalone application. To integrate HTM RTF converter ActiveX is required. This technology is used to port converting features into web services.
Additional advantage of Total HTML ConverterX is ability to setup automatic conversion. In this case users will only need to send HTM sources into a specific folder (or this also can be setup automatically). Using Total Folder Monitor it is possible to perform regular conversion of files that are stored in a folder. All settings can be defined beforehand.
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