When you are viewing web pages, you may want to convertand edit PDF author. This article would like to introduce an easy to use application which supports website address in . In another word, with the help of this application you can type a website address in the command prompt window and directly convert the corresponding and edit PDF author.
This command line application can also convert the whole web page, no matter how long it is, to a single-page PDF file, without splitting the original web page to multiple PDF pages. The name of this application is VeryPDF HTML Converter Command Line, and you can free download it by clicking it.
Supposing you have installed VeryPDF HTML Converter Command Line on your computer, the following will take two steps to introduce how to use it to quickly convert web page to PDF and edit PDF author via command line.
1. Open the command prompt window
The most commonly used way is to click Start, >click Run,> type cmd, > click OK. And the quickest way to open the command prompt window is to click Start, and then click Command Prompt. The following illustration may make it clearer.
2. Type a command line and press Enter
The command line you are going to type in the command prompt window must comply with the following usage: htmltools [options] < web page > [<PDF file>]. Here the option should be –author <string>, which can be used to set PDF author. Supposing we are going to convert the web page of Google to PDF file, the following is a command line example which can convert it to PDF and edit PDF author:
D:\htmltools\htmltools.exe –author “w2p” www.google.com d:\out.pdf
- D:\htmltools\htmltools.exe represets the command line application named htmltools.exe in the folder htmltools on disk D.
- –author “w2p” can be used to specified w2p as the author of the PDF file.
- www.google.com is the website of the web page.
- d:\out.pdf is the directory of the output file.
After you enter a proper command line, please press Enter.
If you want to get more information about VeryPDF HTML Converter Command Line, or buy this application, you can click here.