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Free online HTML to XLTM conversion App via ruby

Use free online app or Ruby SDK to convert between HTML & XLTM as well as several popular formats from Microsoft® Word.

How to Convert HTML to XLTM on Ruby: Step-by-Step Code Example

# Converting HTML to HTML
require 'aspose_words_cloud'
api_words = AsposeWordsCloud::WordsApi.new
name = 'name_example.HTML' # String | The document name.

opts = { 
    filename: 'file.HTML', # String | The file name.
    folder: 'folder_example', # String | The document folder.
    storage_name: 'storage_name_example' # String | storage name.
}
begin
    request_save_options_data = api_words.HtmlSaveOptionsData.new({:FileName => filename + '.%!s(MISSING)'})
    request = api_words.SaveAsRequest.new(name: remote_name, save_options_data: request_save_options_data, folder: remote_folder)   

end

# Converting HTML to XLTM
require 'aspose_cells_cloud'
api_cells = AsposeCellsCloud::CellsApi.new
name = 'file.HTML' # String | The document name.

opts = { 
    save_options: AsposeCellsCloud::SaveOptions.new, # SaveOptions | Save options.
}
begin
    result = api_cells.cells_save_as_post_document_save_as(name + ".XLTM", save_options)
    p result
end

Transform HTML into XLTM with the Ruby Cloud SDK

  1. Initialize WordsApi and CellsApi with Client Id, Client Secret, Base URL & API version
  2. Set ConvertDocumentRequest with parameters local file name and format as HTML
  3. Call WordsApi convertDocument to convert HTML document to HTML
  4. Initialize SaveOption from CellsAPI with parameters SaveFormat as XLTM
  5. Call cellsSaveAsPostDocumentSaveAs method to convert HTML file to XLTM

Start Using Aspose.Total REST APIs

  1. Create an account at Dashboard to get free API quota & authorization details
  2. Get Aspose.Words and Aspose.Cells Cloud SDKs for Ruby source code from Aspose.Words GitHub and Aspose.Cells GitHub repos to compile/use the SDK yourself or head to the Releases for alternative download options.
  3. Also have a look at Swagger-based API Reference for Aspose.Words and Aspose.Cells to know more about the REST API.

How to Convert Word HTML to other formats online

You can use Aspose.Words to transform HTML files into HTML format. Then, you can input the HTML files to any of the APIs in Aspose.Total, such as Aspose.Cells, Aspose.PDF, Aspose.Email, Aspose.Slides, Aspose.Diagram, Aspose.Tasks, Aspose.3D, Aspose.HTML. This will allow you to output the files in hundred of different formats.

To see the full list of supported formats, please check the Aspose.Total Cloud page.

How to Convert MS Word HTML to Image formats

Aspose.Words Cloud SDK produces few quick and easy ways to convert MS Word files to various image formats similar to what we have done above for XLTM: by direct REST API calls or using SDKs. There are multiple image formats accessible for converting Word documents with Aspose.Words Cloud APIs - JPEG, PNG, BMP, GIF, and TIFF.

  1. Create ConvertDocumentRequest object to convert HTML document
  2. Call ConvertDocument method of WordsApi class instance for conversion from HTML

Simple Steps to Convert HTML to PDF Online

For HTML to PDF please follow these steps:

  1. Visit the HTML to PDF webpage.
  2. Upload your HTML file from your device.
  3. Click on the “Convert” button.
  4. Wait for the conversion to finish.
  5. Once the conversion is complete, download the PDF file to your device.

How to Convert Webpage to XLTM format

To convert a webpage to the XLTM format, follow these steps:

  1. Visit the “Webpage to XLTM” website.
  2. Enter the URL of the webpage you wish to convert into the designated input box.
  3. Click the “Convert” button to initiate the conversion process.
  4. Wait for the conversion to complete.
  5. Download the XLTM file to your device once the conversion is finished.

By following these steps, you can easily convert and download webpages in the desired XLTM format for offline access and further use.

FAQ

  • What is HTML Format?
    Known as language of the web, HTML has evolved with requirements of new information requirements to be displayed as part of web pages. The latest variant is known as HTML 5 that gives a lot of flexibility for working with the language. HTML pages are either received from server, where these are hosted, or can be loaded from local system as well. Each HTML page is made up of HTML elements such as forms, text, images, animations, links, etc. These elements are represented by tags and several others where each tag has start and end. It can also embed applications written in scripting languages such as JavaScript and Style Sheets (CSS) for overall layout representation.
  • What is XLTM Format?
    The XLTM file extension represents files that are generated by Microsoft Excel as Macro-enabled template files. XLTM files are similar to XLTX in structure other than that the later doesn’t support creating template files with macros. Such template files are used to generate and set the layout, formatting, and other settings along with the macros to facilitate creating similar XLSX files then.
  • How can I get started with Aspose.Total REST APIs?
    Quickstart not only guides through the initialization of Aspose.Total Cloud API, it also helps in installing the required libraries.
  • Where can I see the release notes for Aspose.Total Cloud API?
    Complete release notes can be reviewed at Aspose.Total Cloud Documentation.
  • Is it safe to convert HTML to XLTM in the Cloud?
    Of course! Aspose Cloud uses Amazon EC2 cloud servers that guarantee the security and resilience of the service. Please read more about Aspose's Security Practices.
  • What file formats are supported by Aspose.Total Cloud API?
    Aspose.Total Cloud can convert file formats from any product family to any other product family to PDF, DOCX, XPS, image(TIFF, JPEG, PNG BMP), MD and more. Checkout the complete list of supported file formats.
  • I can not find the SDK for my favorite language. What should I do?
    Aspose.Total Cloud is also available as a Docker Container. Try using it with cURL in case your required SDK is not available yet.