I would like to batch convert folders (and many subfolders) full of .htm and .html files to pdf files with "pdf creator" ?
I guess that "pdf creator" can be used with a command line (http://www.pdfforge....mand-line-parameters
) and maybe somebody can help me with a AutoHotkey script ? But I am not against another program as long as the pdf is OCRed.
I would like that it deletes the htm file once the job is done and keep the same filename (example001.htm => example001.pdf) inside the same folder(s).
I also would be much pleased if "pdf creator" can be run in silent mode for a specified main folder (does the job in the background).
Many thanks in advance,
ps: here is why I need this : Over the years I have saved many htm files in my computer with only one hand gesture in Firefox (see http://www.donationc...opic=23782.msg215935
I would like to be able to make keywords searches of my archives in my Google Drive. Alas for now Google Drive displays (and index) only the code of html files. ;(
I have already copied only my htm + html files with Syncback (free http://www.2brightsp...re/freeware-hub.html
) and Puresync (http://www.jumpingby...com/en/puresync.html
Hopefully Google Drive index the content of pdf files (first 10 pages if no OCR in the pdf file and first 100 pages if the pdf file is already OCRed. See http://support.googl...n&answer=2423485
). Hence my idea to convert my htm(l) files into pdf ones. Furthermore, converting my files decrease their size (example: .htm size : 153 ko => .pdf size : 105ko only !