Edit MHTML Formats in C#
Native and high performance MHTML document editing using server-side Aspose.Cells for .NET APIs, without the use of any software like Microsoft or Adobe PDF.
How to Edit MHTML File Using C#
In order to edit MHTML file, we’ll use Aspose.Cells for .NET API which is a feature-rich, powerful and easy to use API for C# platform for any editor. Open NuGet package manager, search for Aspose.Cells and install. You may also use the following command from the Package Manager Console.
PM> Install-Package Aspose.Cells
Steps for Editing MHTML Files in C#
A basic document editing with
APIs can be done with just few lines of code.
Our APIs are supported on all major platforms and Operating Systems. Before executing the code below, please make sure that you have the following prerequisites on your system.
- Microsoft Windows or a compatible OS with .NET Framework, .NET Core, Windows Azure, Mono or Xamarin Platforms
- Development environment like Microsoft Visual Studio
- Add reference to the Aspose.Cells for .NET DLL in your project - Install from NuGet using the Download button above
Edit MHTML Files - C#
Online MHTML Editor Live Demos
Edit MHTML documents right now by visiting our Live Demos website . The live demo has the following benefits
MHTML What is MHTML File Format
Files with MHTML extension represent a web page archive format that can be created by a number of different applications. The format is known as archive format because it saves the web HTML code and associated resources in a single file. These resources include anything linked to the webpage such as images, applets, animations, audio files and so on. MHTML files can be opened in a variety of applications such as Internet Explorer and Microsoft Word. Microsoft Windows uses MHTML file format for recording scenarios of problems observed during the usage of any application on Windows that raises issues. The MHTML file format encodes the page contents similar to specifications defined in message/rfc822 which is plain text email related specifications. The actual specifications of the format are as detailed by RFC 2557.Read More