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Firstly, you should open the command prompt window. Supposing you are in the in Windows, you can open the command prompt window as follows:
Click “Start”, > “Run”, > type “cmd”,> click “OK”.
Secondly, you should follow the command line syntax to enter a command line in the command prompt window, and then press “Enter” on your keyboard. The command line syntax is illustrated below:
htmltools -subject <string> < MHTML file> <PDF file>
For example, the command line as follows can be used to edit PDF subject and convert a MHTML file on disk C to a PDF file o disk D. You can substitute the directories on your computer for the example directories.
c:\htmltools\htmltools.exe -producer "verypdf" c:\in.mhtml d:\out.pdf
- c:\htmltools\htmltools.exe is the directory of the executable file, which is in the folder named htmltools on disk C.
- -producer "verypdf" can be used to edit PDF product. It specifies verypdf as the PDF product.
- c:\in.mhtml is the directory of the input file which is named in.mhtml on disk C.
- d:\out.pdf is the directory of the ouput file, which is named out.pdf on disk D.
The following illustrates the above command line in the command prompt window.
If you are interested in VeryPDF HTML Converter, you can get more information of both the versions of VeryPDF HTML Converter at http://www.verypdf.com/htmltools/ . If you want to learn more usages of VeryPDF HTML Converter Command line, please read the user manual at http://www.verypdf.com/htmltools/htmltools-manual.htm.