Our online PDF converter now has quite a few options. You can output as HTML5 or SVG, there are realtext and image modes, lots of different layout modes, scaling and lots of optional features….
So we thought it would be really helpful if you could save your settings and reload them later. This makes it very easy to setup once and then easily reuse the saved configuration at a later date. The data is stored in a simple text file which you can save to your computer and even pass onto others. You can have any number of saved configurations which you can then reload when you need them.
If you use the page turning mode for your HTML5 pages, you will also notice that we have added a slick new look to it.
In fact, you may want to keep a close eye on the online PDF converter as the next few months are going to see some very cool new features appearing. We hope you like them…
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