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HTML, RTF, XML Options

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Before you transform your AFP to HTML, RTF, or XML files, you can adjust the relative settings to smooth the conversion. Here we take HTML as an example,





The first option is HTML Encoding, which indicates which kind of encoding scheme is to be used to present your web pages. UTF-8 is a common solution for all characters in all languages. However, you can choose other encoding schemes, such as Arabic, Cyrillic, Western European (Latin1), Central European (Latin2), Greek, Hebrew, Thai, Turkish. If you wish to use Asian encoding such as Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, Korean, you need to download a separate CJK fonts package from,


Preserve hyperlink and intra-document link option is to maintain the hyperlink in the output files.


Generate complex document option is to generate better structured web pages.


Remove bookmarks and frames option is to produce web pages without any navigation panel on the left. Usually bookmark and frame requires such panel on the left side of the web pages. Most users do not want to keep the panel. Therefore, this option, by default, is enabled.


Keep line breaks between paragraphs option is to avoid merging paragraphs.


Output hidden text option is to output the hidden text in AFP pages in addition to outputting normal text.


Image Format option is to specify which image format is to be used for embedded images in HTML.


Zoom AFP document option is to enlarge AFP pages before convert it to HTML.


Zoom Ratio option is to set the scale of zoom operation. The default value is 1.5. You can make it larger or smaller.