A New Smart Utility Takes an Instant to Convert an HTML File Into Other Formats

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Softplicity is proud to announce the release of a new, much anticipated product, Total HTML Converter. Designed for the Windows platforms, this slim utility converts HTML files to DOC, XLS, PDF, JPG or Text files. The most substantial choice for you is to decide what format you actually need. All the rest is really easy. You can use batch conversion if you need to convert a large amount of HTML files. Also, you can handle the program through the command line, which may seem to you more convenient and fast.

Softplicity is proud to announce the release of a new, much anticipated product, Total HTML Converter. Designed for the Windows platforms, this slim utility converts HTML files to DOC, XLS, PDF, JPG or Text files. The most substantial choice for you is to decide what format you actually need. All the rest is really easy. You can use batch conversion if you need to convert a large amount of HTML files. Also, you can handle the program through the command line, which may seem to you more convenient and fast.

Total HTML Converter has a carefully chosen feature set and a well-rounded user interface, which presents the process of conversion as a plain logical chain. You start by choosing an HTML file you want to convert and specifying the desired output format. After that, you select the destination to save a newly converted file to. Then, you choose elements – text, shape, image – to include in your resulting document. Afterwards, you are given an opportunity to select a background image to be included in the output document. In the end of all this, you confirm that all data necessary for conversion has been gathered and the program performs the process itself. The simplicity of the program is due to its wizard design, which requires a few clicks to convert your HTML file or even a file from a specified URL into the format you need.

“It’s been a long time that I’ve been suffering from having no choice but to copy information from a file of HTML format to, say, a document in the DOC format,” says Jim Hightower, one of the owners of Total HTML Converter. “I had to resort to all those cumbersome operations of copying, editing and so on. This utility has finally eliminated this trouble and saved my time.”

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