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You can do that directly in Acrobat Pro DC (latest version of Acrobat makes better conversions).
File / Export To / HTML Webpage.
It does create a webpage from the PDF file, complete with all the "stuff" you might not want. If that's the case, export to Word instead and from there convert it to HTML.
To automate this process for a large number of PDFs, create an Acrobat Action.
Open the Actions Tool, and choose New Action or look for an Acrobat Action on the web.
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Subject: [WebAIM] pdf to html
i have a department that wants to convert a large number of pdf documents to html and wants to try and automate the job in some way does any one have a recmendation of a tool that can do this vary easily. i think they will be posting the files on a cms when they are done so will only need to have basic html or as i like to call it cms ready files. any help on this would be wellcome thanks lucy Lucia Greco Web Accessibility Evangelist IST - Architecture, Platforms, and Integration University of California, Berkeley