How to convert HTML to tif?

HTML elements are the basic building-blocks of webpage and it is written in the form of HTML elements consisting of tags enclosed in angle brackets (like <html>). Have you ever thought of showing HTML in the form of tif, and then you can browse HTML easily. In this article, I will show you how to make HTML to tif.

When I do the conversion from HTML to tif, an assistant is necessary whose name is Document Converter which can help me convert all the printable files to various image files or PDF files. Input image file formats include DOC, DOCX, HTML, MHTML, Web Pages, RTF, TXT, XLS, XLSX, PPT, PPTX, VSD, PDF, PS, EPS as well as any other printable documents;
Output formats: PDF, PS, EPS, JPEG, TIFF, BMP, PCX, PNG, EMF, WMF, DCX, GIF, MNG, PBM, PCD, PGM, PIC, PSD, PNM, PPM, TGA, AVS, JBG, JP2, JPC, WBMP, XBM, XPM, XPS, PCL and more formats.

In the following part, I will show you how to use this application. I roughly divide the conversion in four steps.

Download Document Converter.

You can browse its homage to choose the right version of it. When you find a name docPrint Pro, please do not be confused for it. It is the nick name of Document Converter. Or you can follow this link to download a trail version of it.

But if want to use this application without any limitations, you have get the full function version here.

Add files.

  • This step can be processed in the steps as follows.
  • Click the button “Add Files” to browse the folder containing the files needed converting.
  • Drag files needed converting from its containing folder to its interface.
  • Press option “File” on the top, then choose “Add File” in the dropdown list.
  • Add files online; please choose “Add URL” by pressing option “File” on the top.

Choose output file format.

This step can be fulfilled by clicking the button “Setting” where there is a sub menu label named “Base Setting” which has a dropdown list for you to choose the output file format as tif. Please do not exit this option menu then go to the label nest to it which is named as “Save image mode” where you can adjust the image resolution and color depth.

Choose output folder.

Click the button “Start” to choose a folder to save the converted files. Then the conversion from HTML to tif will be processed. And the process bar will show you the rate of process of the conversion in the form of percentage. Once the conversion finishes, the bar will disappear. Then the converted files will tell you that you are successful in the conversion.

This is the end of the conversion from HTML to tif. Thanks for your reading in advance.

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