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Getting Started

You can use DocToHtml in three ways:

  • Convert a single document
    Save as clean HTML buttonOpen the document in MS Word and click the “Save as clean (X)HTML” button on the toolbar. If you are using MS Word 2007 or higher, the button is located on a separate “DocToHtml” ribbon tab. When the Options dialog opens, select a conversion mode. Then click the “Convert” button, and DocToHtml will convert your MS Word document into an amazingly clean HTML page.
    Save as HTML Ribbon button
  • Convert multiple documents
    Convert ALL Go All - DocToHtml conversion start button for all itemsLaunch the batch converter (for example, from Start->Programs->DocToHtml->Launch batch converter), add files or folders as needed to the list in the converter’s main window, set the conversion options, and click the “Convert ALL” or “Convert selected” button on the toolbar. You can also save a DocToHtml batch conversion project, which you may open and reuse later.
    Convert selected Go - DocToHtml conversion start button for selected items
  • Convert multiple documents from the command line
    Please read the Command Line Support help topic first. Then try writing a script to run DocToHtml with a set of parameters. Surely, soon you will see the advantages of automating conversion tasks!