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Decompile a Windows html file

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Can someone show me how to decompile an windows html file.
I have an html file and I want to see if I can decompile it and turn it into a pdf file
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There is no need to 'decompile' an HTML file, it's just plain text that tells a browser what and how to display things.  Your best option is to print it from your browser to a PDF 'printer'.
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