I am using the HTML2IMAGE.EXE application to convert an HTML page to a TIF image.
It “works” but the data can be unreadable at times.
Is there a way in this tool that I can force the conversion to create “pages” (Currently the conversion tool crams the entire contents of the HTML file into a single page)
Here is the command I am using.
C:\BlueCreek\Simplex\Apps\html2image.exe -$=XXXXXXXXXXXX -url=C:\BlueCreek\ANTHONY_TEST2.html -out=C:\BlueCreek\ANTHONY_TEST2.tif -width=850 -height=1100 >> log.txt
And I’ve attached the files (Original HTML and convert TIF image).
Again, the TIF image is unreadable because all data is “squished” onto a single page. Can the TIF image be converted based on 8.5 x 11 page size?
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after you install it, you can run following command line to convert your HTML file to PDF file,
"C:\Program Files\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe" -i C:\test.html -o C:\out.pdf
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Thank you for the suggestion.
I have already purchased your company's HTML2IMAGE.EXE application.
Is this new product an "upgrade" to HTML2IMAGE.EXE?
If not, and since HTML2IMAGE.EXE does not work properly, can I return HTML2IMAGE.EXE and then buy this new product?
If you could let me know what my options are that would be appreciated.
Is there a SingleUser version of this software that I can upgrade to as opposed to a "Server license?"
In the HTML2IMAGE.EXE application, I used the parameters -width=850 -height=1100 in order to format my output page to exactly 8.5 x 11 inches.
Is there an equivalent command with DocPrint Pro V5.0?
docPrint Pro v5.0 has "-r" and "-f" options, you can use these options to control the height and width to output image files, for example,
"C:\Program Files\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe" -i C:\test.doc -o C:\out.tif -f 8 -r 300