In this eighth video of my Xpdf series, I discuss and demonstrate the PDFtoHTML utility, which, exactly as its name says, converts a PDF file to HTML. It does this via a command line interface, making it suitable for use in programs, scripts, batch files — any place where a command line call can be made.
1. Download the software
You may have already downloaded the Xpdf tools while watching one of my earlier videos in the series, but there has since been an upgrade from Version 3 to Version 4 and there is a new download site:
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Presenting data tables with the ability to interact with the DIVs or cells of information and allowing the first column and the first row to remain in place while scrolling through the data.
No HTML tables... just DIVs in columns