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Conversion from RTF to HTML and back can be performed with Aspose.Words. But there are some restrictions on them. It would be better if you show us any particular documents and we’ll consider differences. Some of them can be fixed or worked-around but other cannot.
We don’t promise 100% fidelity. Converting to HTML we try to produce output closer to what we get from MS Word. But some MS Word features don’t map directly to “non-native” formats (HTML, PDF). In HTML standard some features don’t even define a-must behavior and delegate degrees of freedom to visual agents (browsers). Of course you know that different browsers can render same pages differently. MS Word uses some “magic” to roundtrip documents closer. Our design principle is to avoid it wherever possible because of complaints on non-standard techniques in HTML produced by MS Word. It exports almost everything that can be in documents but you can see how it is achieved if you open their HTML as text.
As I already wrote let’s discuss particular cases and we’ll possibly come to solutions. You can evaluate Aspose.Words for free. Please follow the link to download the latest version:
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