Convert HTML to image in batches.

In this article, I will show you how convert HTML to image in batches by software Document Converter which can convert all the printable files to image files or PDF files. Here I will take converting HTML to image for example to show you how to use this software.

Document Converter has a nick name docPrint Pro which is the combination of GUI version and CMD version. It either can be used as a driver or a file format converter. When you use it as a diver, it can help you save lots of paper, ink and precious time.

Now let’s back to the topic that converting HTML to image in batches by its GUI version. If you have owned this software, please ignore this step. If you do not, you’d better get one copy of this software to your PC. Here is the free downloading link for you, http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/docprint_pro_setup.exe. If you need to know more about it, you have to visit its homage, http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/index.html, as I can not list all of them here.

When you download it successfully to your PC, there will be an icon on the desktop. Double click it then you can enter software interface. The following steps maybe can help you easy the conversion.

Add files to it.

When you enter its interface, it is not hard to find many blanks stated on its interface which is used to display the detail information of the added filed. You can click the button “Add files” to browse folders containing files needed converting. You can simply drag files from its containing folder and then drop them to the software interface. You can also press the “File” option on the top to choose items in it according to your needs. The following snap shot can help you know this step well.

adding file from html to image

Do the setting part.

As we need to convert HTML to image, you can choose one of the image file formats supported by this converter. Click the button “Setting” to enter this software menu option. Choose one of the supported image file formats in the dropdown list saved in the tab “Base setting”. If you need to adjust the image resolution and color depth, please go to the tab next to it named “Save image mode”. If you have finished the setting part, you can back to the main interface by clicking the button “OK”.

Run the conversion.

Click the button “Start” to choose a folder to save the converted image files. Once you choose the folder, the conversion from HTML to image in batches will be run at once. The conversion will last a few seconds; then you can use the converted image files in the chosen folder.

Here I will call an end for the conversion from HTML to image in batches. Thanks for your reading.

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