Convert PDF to HTML, ePUB or XML

You want to publish a PDF document as a website? Export its content to an XML file? Or convert the PDF to an ePUB / eBOOK?

No problem with PdfGrabber!

The software is available for Microsoft Windows and Apple macOS. It is very easy to use and works very reliably – and best of all: you do NOT need Adobe Acrobat!

Comparision: Convert PDF to HTML

HTML 4.01, XHTML 1.0 with CSS 2.0

HTML 5

Page preview with thumbnails

WOFF font embedding

Comparison (Screenshot): PDF to HTML5

Convert PDF to HTML web pages

With the PdfGrabber you can convert PDF documents into HTML files. Choose between HTML 4.01, XHTML and HTML5.

The images contained in the PDF can be integrated into the HTML pages either as PNG, GIF or JPEG.

When exporting, PdfGrabber automatically creates a navigation, which links all exported HTML pages.

The fonts contained in the PDF can optionally be embedded in the HTML pages.

eBook / ePUB

Bookmarks

Fixed layout

Page resolution

Convert PDF to eBook / ePUB

Use the PdfGrabber to convert PDF documents into the ePUB format for display on eBooks, eBook readers, iPad and other devices which can display ePUB files.

The images contained in the PDF are integrated in the ePUB files either as PNG, GIF or JPEG.

Comparison (Screenshot): PDF to ePUB

Other PdfGrabber Features

PdfGrabber (Windows) VersionHomeStd.Pro.
Local installation, one-time license fee (no subscription fees, no follow-up costs)
Free updates within major version 9, life-time license
Create PDFs from any printable application
+ Convert PDF to Word and TXT
Convert PDF to Excel
+ Extract images or convert page into image
+ Convert PDF to HTML and ePUB
Convert PDF to PowerPoint
Convert PDF to DXF / CAD / AutoCAD
Convert PDF to XML
Automation through watched folders, command line or COM interface

Try PdfGrabber for free!

The trial version includes all the features of PdfGrabber Professional, but it randomly adds ‘Xs’ to the exported texts. Graphics and images are watermarked. CAD drawings are 2/3 exported. Naturally, these restrictions no longer apply upon activation of the full version.

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