HTML settings

The following settings are available:

Document layout

Select the appropriate setting depending on how you plan to use the output document.

  • Flexible layout
    Preserves the formatting of the original. The output HTML document can be easily edited.
  • Formatted text
    Retains the fonts, font sizes, font styles, and paragraphs, but does not retain the exact line spacing or locations of the objects on the page. The text produced will be left-aligned. Texts in right-to-left scripts will be right-aligned.
    Vertical texts will become horizontal.
  • Plain text
    Does not retain the formatting.

Picture settings

Documents containing a large number of pictures can be very large. The quality of the pictures and the size of the resulting file can be tweaked using the options in the Keep pictures drop-down list.

Tip. To change the picture saving settings, click Custom.... In the Custom Settings dialog box, select the desired settings and click OK.

Text settings

  • Keep line breaks
    Retains the original arrangement of text lines. If this option is disabled, the output document will have a single line containing all of the text.
  • Keep text and background colors
    Select this option to retain the font color and background color.
  • Keep headers and footers
    Preserves the headers and footers in the output document.

Encoding

ABBYY FineReader detects the code page automatically. To change the code page, select the desired code page from the Encoding drop-down list.

Book settings

If you are converting a hard-copy book to HTML, enable the Generate a table of contents and use it to divide the document into files option. The book can be split into chapters in one of the following ways:

  • Automatically create files based on headings
    ABBYY FineReader 14 will automatically split the document into parts of roughly equal size, save them as separate HTML files, and create links to them in the table of contents.
  • Create files based on level 1 headings
    ABBYY FineReader 14 will automatically split the document into separate HTML files using the highest-level headings.
  • Create files based on level 2 headings
    ABBYY FineReader 14 will automatically split the document into separate HTML files using the highest-level headings and the headings of the next level.

Preserve document metadata, such as authors and keywords

Preserves the metadata when you save the document. This option is enabled by default.

If you want to make changes to the document's metadata, click the Edit Metadata... button, make the desired changes, and click OK.

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