How to convert Webpage to SVG?

For the purpose of converting webpage to svg, you’d better take docPrint as your helper which is one internal application in Document Converter. docPrint has two roles. One is the Windows printer which can scale page size to several types, the other one is the document converter which can be used to convert any printable document to various image formats.

In fact, Document Converter is a powerful document converter which can meet different needs from different users because it also has two other internal applications besides the virtual printer docPrint. One is the GUI application which is good at batch conversion, the other one is the command line application which can be used to develop software.

So in the conversion from webpage to svg, you can use docPrint as your helper because it is easy to operate and you can finish the conversion process within three steps by using docPrint. But you have to download Document Converter at http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/docprint_pro_setup.exe if you want to use docPrint.

In the first step, you have to open the Webpage and click “File”—“Print” or use the hot key “Ctrl”+ “P” to open the “Print” dialog box. Then please choose “docPrint” as current printer in “Printer” combo box and click “OK” button to close the current “Print” dialog box. You will see the main window of docPrint on the screen.

In the second step, if you don’t want to set other parameters to the target file, please try to open the “Save As” dialog box directly. Please click “File” and click “Save As” in the dropdown list. You can click the “Save File” button which seems like a floppy disk in the toolbar. The hot key “Ctrl”+ “S” will also help you open “Save As” dialog box.

In the last step of the conversion from webpage to svg, you should make some operations in “Save As” dialog box. Please input the name for the target file in “File name” edit box. In “Save in” combo box, you need to choose the output location for the target file. Please specify the right output format for the target file and then you need to click “Save” button to save all the changes. Please browse the “Save As” dialog box in Figure1.

save webpage to svg

                                           Figure1.

As you see, the conversion steps are easy enough and you can do it well if you can follow the steps mentioned above one by one. To read more articles about docPrint, you can enter the blog: VeryPDF Knowledge Base.

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