Merge HTM to XPS via Python
High-speed Python library for merging HTM to XPS. Use our excel conversion API to develop high-level, platform independent software in Python. This is a professional software solution to import and export Excel, CSV, OpenOffice, PDF, HTML, image, and many other excel formats.
Merge HTM to XPS Using PythonHow do I merge HTM to XPS? With Aspose.Cells for Python via .NET library, you can easily merge HTM to XPS programmatically with a few lines of code. Aspose.Cells for Python via .NET is capable of building cross-platform applications with the ability to generate, modify, convert, render and print all Excel files. Python Excel API not only convert between spreadsheet formats, it can also render Excel files as images, PDF, HTML, ODS, CSV, SVG, JSON, WORD, PPT and more, thus making it a perfect choice to exchange documents in industry-standard formats. You may install Aspose.Cells for Python via .NET from pypi, use command as:
$ pip install aspose-cells-python.
Merge HTM to XPS in Python
The following example demonstrates how to merge HTM to XPS in Aspose.Cells for Python via .NET.
Follow the easy steps to merge HTM to XPS. Upload your files, call Workbook.Combine method for merging files, and then save it to XPS file. If you develop code in Python, this will be simpler than it sounds. See Python example that merges HTM to XPS.
How to Merge HTM to XPS via Python
Need to merge HTM to XPS programmatically? A basic document merging and concatenating with Aspose.Cells for Python via .NET APIs can be done with just few lines of code.
- Install ‘Aspose.Cells for Python via .NET’.
- Add a library reference (import the library) to your Python project.
- Load the HTM file with Workbook class.
- Call the Workbook.Combine method for merging files.
- Call the Workbook.Save method and pass the output file name as a parameter.
- Now you can open and use the output file in Microsoft Office, Adobe PDF or any other compatible program.
Python library to merge HTM to XPS
We host our Python packages in PyPi repositories.
Install Aspose.Cells for Python from pypi, use command as:
$ pip install aspose-cells-python.
And you can also follow the step-by-step instructions on how to install “Aspose.Cells for Python via .NET” to your developer environment.
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.
HTM What is HTM File Format?
Files with .htm extension represent Hypertext Markup Language for creating web pages for display in web browsers such as Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox and a number of others. It defines the markups for creating static pages to be published on World Wide Web (WWW) for access by others. These markups tell the browsers how to display a web page��s contents. Such pages can contain plain text, images, hyperlinks to other pages, videos and other media information. When a web page is published, you can have a look at the markup code behind it by viewing its page source. Modern browsers allow to inspect each section of a web page where each sub-division or markup element in the HTM source is elaborated.Read More
XPS What is XPS File Format?
An XPS file represents page layout files that are based on XML Paper Specifications created by Microsoft. It was developed as a replacement of EMF file format and is similar to PDF file format, but uses XML in layout, appearance, and printing information of a document. It is, in fact, more justified to say that XPS is an attempt on PDF, but could not get enough popularity as owned by PDF for many reasons. Microsoft provides XPS Document Writer by default from Windows 7 onwards for the creation of XPS files. XPS files can be generated by selecting the "Microsoft XPS Document Writer" as printer while printing the document.Read More
Other Supported Merging Formats
Using Python, One can also merge htm to many other file formats including.