A lot of books and documentation is stored online as HTML pages on some websites. If you would like to create a copy of these documents, comfortably stored as a single document for viewing, you can combine several HTML files to one multi-page PDF document. This is a very simple task for PDF Combine Pro, a utility that exports any number of HTML source files to a single PDF document automatically, requiring only a few seconds of your time.
When you open the program, you will see the list of PC memory folders on the left. To combine HTML to PDF you need to:
- Store HTML sources in specific folder
- Click on this folder in the folder tree
- Press ‘Check All’ button (if you need to convert all the files stored in the chosen folder)
- Press ‘Combine to PDF’ button
- Make proper settings
- Press ‘Start!’
You can skip settings wizard, if just want to create a simple copy of the selected HTML pages without changes in footer and header and other formatting. Remember that when you combine HTML into one PDF file, only the displayed HTML pages content is exported to PDF, not the HTML code. Also PDF Combine Pro is capable of combining various types of files into one single PDF document. This can be HTML pages, DOC files, XLS tables combined together. The program supports wide range of document formats, giving you ability to combine information from various sources together.
Moreover, PDF Combine Pro also features command line support. Enabling conversions from the command line now is much easier, as the program can generate command (bat) file basing on the current settings you make. You can do the combining once via user interface and ‘remember’ all settings for command line combining in a bat file.
Get PDF Combine Pro document combiner here in free trial or order a licensed version.