The Portable Document Format (PDF) is the business world's choice for digital documents. It's easy to post PDFs online for users to download. Unfortunately, using PDFs is not as easy as browsing to a Web page, as anyone who has ever downloaded a product manual will verify. You typically need a program that can open and read PDFs, such as Adobe's Acrobat Reader or a third-party application. Even when you've got the PDF open, it's not always easy to read or to navigate through multiple documents. More and more Web sites are giving you the option to view online manuals and documentation as Web pages instead of as PDFs. That's where a PDF to HTML converter comes in. Software maker and PDF specialist Some PDF has a dandy one, and it's free to boot.
Some PDF to HTML downloads, installs, and opens with a quickness and ease that suggests efficiency and competence. It has the familiar Some PDF interface used throughout its products: basic but fairly clean. You can convert and save whole pages as they are, but you also have a wide range of HTML output options that let you configure your documents for easy online posting, which can be a huge time-saver, especially if update your site frequently.
If you have a Web page and need to post PDFs, some PDF to HTML converters are better than others. Some PDF's converter is one of them. Considering that it works at least as well as competitors costing upwards of $50, it's hard to beat.