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RTF-to-HTML DLL .Net 3.2.2

RTF-to-HTML DLL .Net lets you convert RTF to HTML 3.2, 4.01, HTML 5, XHTML

Developer:
SautinSoft
License:
Shareware
OS:
Windows 98 / ME / 2000 / XP / 2003 / Vista / 7
Requirements:
.Net 1.1 or higher, 2 MB HDD
Price:
$239.00
Price is subject to change at any time by the company
Date added:
7/6/2007
Last Update:
9/2/2011
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Download free trial ( Free Trial |5.37 MB ) RTF-to-HTML DLL .Net 3.2.2 Publisher's description
The RTF-to-HTML DLL .Net is 100% C# .Net control to convert RTF to plan HTML 3.2, 4.01 with CSS, HTML 5, RTF to XHTML with CSS, RTF to Text and Text to HTML.

General Functions

Our component is just a class library for developers, but with powerfull abilities of exporting any RTF (rich text format) and Text document to HTML, XHTML with CSS.

It supports converting of RTF to HTML with:

* Full text formatting (bold, italic, underline, strike, superscript, subscript, alignment
* images in WMF, JPG, PNG, BMP, EMF
* tables and nested tables, borders colors and type
* Font colors, face, size
* Hyperlinks and ancors
* Full Unicode support
* Special characters

Requirements and compatibility

* .Net platform (1.1 or higher), because it's 100% managed C# library
* Works even in Medium Trust level
* 32-bit and 64-bit compatible
* Compatible with Windows XP/Vista/2003 server/2008 server/7
Windows compatibility
* Even in Linux and Mac, thanks to Mono platform

Typical applications where our component can be used

* Conversion of RTF (rich text format) from database to HTML purposely display it in ASP.Net page
* Import RTF content into your HTML website.
* Extract text from RTF documents
* Create viewers for RTF based documents
* Create HTML email with embedded images from RTF

Download the latest version: http://www.sautinsoft.com/components/rtftohtml_dll_net.zip

What you can adjust in conversion using DLL properties:

* Specify output format: HTML 3.2, HTML 4.01, HTML 5, XHTML, Text
* Where to link images to phisycal file on HDD or inside HTML document
* Converting with CSS or without CSS
* Save CSS between tags <style>...</style> or as inline styles <tag style="...">
* Specify encoding of output HTML
* Title and set up converting only part of HTML between <body>...</body> tags
* Set united font, size and color for document