How to convert DOC, DOCX, RTF and ODT files to HTML with ONLYOFFICE Docs

19 May 2021 By Vlad 2 72 views
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Drafted a web page and need it as an HTML file? In this article, we discover how to save HTML in ONLYOFFICE and why it is better than conversion.

How to convert DOC, DOCX, RTF and ODT files to HTML with ONLYOFFICE Docs

About HTML

HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is the standard language for web pages. It builds virtually every text, image and other multimedia elements in this article.

There are two ways to make your draft an actual web page perceptible for browsers. You can convert word doc to HTML or save it as a web page in ONLYOFFICE Docs.

Word to HTML conversion

You will find many free Word to HTML converters over the web. Pro versions usually offer unlimited file conversions, editing capabilities, and have no ads.

Online converters have at least two huge disadvantages:

  • possible content loss or damage during conversion,
  • data disclosure to third-party online converters.

To avoid data corruption and ensure security, save your DOC, DOCX, RTF or ODT files as HTML in the editor.

How to save HTML in ONLYOFFICE

In ONLYOFFICE Docs you can save content as a web page. After you drafted your page, go to the File tab and choose HTML.

How to convert DOC, DOCX, RTF and ODT files to HTML with ONLYOFFICE Docs

Now you can find it in downloads on your computer.

To edit web content in the editors, integrate the HTML plugin. It is available in ONLYOFFICE Docs, Workspace, in your personal cloud or desktop app. Install now

How to convert DOC, DOCX, RTF and ODT files to HTML with ONLYOFFICE Docs

Get ONLYOFFICE Docs to modify and export your DOC, DOCX, RTF or ODT files to HTML.

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Now your web pages are ready to use and save authentic content.

Comments (2)
  1. Tim - Reply
    May 22, 2021 at 10:09 am

    Export to html sounds very interesting, OnlyOffice is getting better and better, that’s no flattery but a statement of a fact. I’d like to use OnlyOffice more often, but there is a problem… My eyes. The “paper color” in the word processor is white and just too bright. I’d happily embrace some sort of configurable color filter to change the “paper color” while the document is being displayed in the program. I suffer from eye floaters (not only me, it’s a widespread curse, ranging from “slight inconvenience” to “real depression trigger”), which makes looking at white surfaces unbearable…

    • Nadya - Reply
      May 24, 2021 at 10:46 am

      Hello! Do you mean in the dark theme or in the light theme?

      We are planning to add such an ability to the dark theme. Later we might consider adding it to the light theme too

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