How To Convert HTML To Text
To convert HTML file to Text do the following:
- Launch Total HTML Converter.
- In a left-hand table choose a folder with HTML files from the file tree.
- Then choose an HTML file or files with the help of a check box in the central panel.
- In a right-hand table you may preview the file you have selected.
- Select the target format (TXT) from th elist of formats.
- After you select the target format (TXT) the Wizard's window appears. It collects all the conversion parameters. First, set up the destination path - the folder to place the output file to. You may set up the path in two ways:
- Press 'Next' on the bottom of the window or choose 'Start Conversion' on the left-hand side of the window.
- Press 'Start conversion' button. Document parameters will be shown. You may also check 'Delete originals’ and ‘Open destination folder after converting’ if you want. Press ‘Start!’.
- If you have checked ‘Open destination folder after converting’ the application will open the folder where the file was placed.
You can convert HTML documents to Text by means of Command line.
Command line syntax: HtmlConverter.exe <source> <destination> -c text,
- <source> is the destination path of the original document,
- <destination> is the destination path of the produced Text file.
Example: HtmlConverter.exe C:\Documents\index.htm C:\TXT\TXT1.txt -c txt
Convert the file index.htm into Text TXT1.tif and place the converted file into C:\TXT\
There are also some additional parameters:
- If you need to change the format of all the files from the folder use * sign.
Example: HtmlConverter.exe C:\Documents\*.htm C:\TXT\ -c txt
Convert all HTML files from the folder C:\Documents\ to Text and place the converted files into C:\TXT\
- To convert many files locate them in list.txt
Example: HtmlConverter.exe -list List.txt C:\TXT\ -c txt
Convert all the files from file list List.txt to Text and place them into C:\TXT\
- Press 'Help' on a tool bar to have a look at all command line parameters.
If you need more information about Command line go to Command Line Parameters.