Easily convert a PDF to HTML.

Whether for a school project, work, or personal use, it’s a snap to convert a PDF to HTML for the web.

Perhaps you work for a nonprofit, and you need to share an updated document about an upcoming fundraiser. You could send out a mass email with a PDF attachment to your subscribers, but you want to reach a wider audience. For maximum range, you can change that PDF to an HTML page on the web.

Once converted, people can find your document’s content in a web search, and you can even share it on social media. With Adobe Acrobat on your desktop, it’s super easy to make this happen.

How to convert a PDF into HTML.

The quickest way to convert your PDF is to open it in Acrobat. Go to the File menu, navigate down to Export To, and select HTML Web Page. Your PDF will automatically convert and open in your default web browser.

For more nuanced options, begin with your PDF open in Acrobat and click on the Export PDF tool on the right. Choose HTML Web Page — you’ll see options for a single HTML page or multiple pages, among other ways to fine-tune the result. Then, just hit Export to convert and the page will open in a browser.

With your PDF on the web, it’s easier for your audience to access it, and you don’t need to distribute the PDF to specific people. Take a moment to explore everything you can do with Acrobat to edit, sign, and share your PDFs today.