Convert XHTML to DOCX – Cloud SDKs and REST API


XHTML is a markup language that combines the syntax of HTML with the strictness of XML, allowing for well-formed and structured web documents. Converting XHTML to DOCX makes it easier to integrate web content into Microsoft Word documents while maintaining the formatting, style, and structure of the original XHTML files. DOCX, a file format for Word documents, offers advanced formatting features and compatibility with various word processing applications, making it ideal for creating professional documents. By converting XHTML to DOCX, users can use Word’s powerful editing capabilities to customize and refine content to suit their needs.

Aspose.HTML Cloud v4.0 provides the simplest API to convert XHTML documents to DOCX format with high quality, easy and fast.

The article explains in a set of code examples how to convert an XHTML document to DOCX using Aspose.HTML Cloud client SDKs and REST API. We will consider a few scenarios of XHTML to DOCX conversion: from cloud storage to storage and from a local file system to the local file system.

Examples of XHTML to DOCX Conversion

A widespread use case for Aspose.HTML Cloud functions is file processing and converting. Cloud SDKs and REST API allow you to fetch an XHTML document from a storage location by its name or a local file on your drive, convert it to a specified format and save it to the storage or a local drive. The following code examples demonstrate how to convert XHTML to DOCX for different cases.

Example 1. Convert XHTML to DOCX with default conversion options

Let’s look at an example of converting a local XHTML file to DOCX and saving the result to a local file system.

XHTML to DOCX conversion occurs with the default conversion options: the resulting DOCX document’s width and height correspond to A4, and all margins have zero value.

Example 2. Convert XHTML to DOCX inside cloud storage

Aspose.HTML Cloud allows you to get an XHTML file from your cloud storage and save conversion result back to cloud storage. Let’s look at an example of conversion within the cloud storge with default saving options.

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