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I would like to convert a PDF document to a collection of HTML pages that exhibit 'clean' markup, and generate/keep semantic info (chapters, sections...), as well as perform cleanup tasks (e.g. I am not interested in page numbers, or repeating the title of the chapter/document on each page).

Is there any such program?

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Calibre allows conversion of a pdf to htlmz format which is a single file html page with data. if you wanted to use it to create a collection of html pages, you would need to split the pdf up first depending upon your operating system. Calibre works on all major operating systems, install the program from http://calibre-ebook.com import the pdf, then use 'convert books' option from ui and choose htmlz format. There are several settings pages that can be altered to get your final result

There is also a command line interface if this is something you'ld like to script up.

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