'Convert Document To Image' Revision History
(Document To Image Conversion Utility)
Converting from: RTF, DOC, or DOCX: Incorrect wrapping style for
objects behind text.
Conversion from RTF: If there was text between two tables this
text was sometimes incorrectly placed.
Conversion from HTML: Some DIVs tags which should be have been
converted to text frames were imported as plain paragraphs.
Converson from Word documents: Enhancements made
Conversion: For the first line of text, image text wrapping
The EMF image type is now supported.
Conversion of DOCX. WMF files now handled properly. Formatting
Conversion to HTML: INPUT files with Kanji support enhanced.
Conversion from HTML: Numerous enhancements and fixes.
- A DIV tag with an emtpy style attribute
caused an issue.
- Widths of images were not being
considered when dealing with table cell widths
- Invalid control characters encoded as
characters entries are now removed
- base64 encoded images with line breaks
caused an issue
- Some DIVs were being converted to text
- Tables with superfluous COL elements
caused an issue
- Converting to PDF: Some INPUT files caused memory
- Conversion to RTF: Some minor bug fixes.
- Conversion from RTF: Some minor bug fixes.
- Colors not matching
- Enhanced RTF importing
- Some TIFs with bi-levels were being incorrectly
Conversion Items may now be moved within the 'Conversion Task
List'. Select the CONVERSION menu item or the RIGHT MOUSE CLICK to open a pop-up menu item.
Move UP, DOWN, FIRST, and LAST are now available. CTRL-U and
CTRL-D also move a conversion item up and down respectively.
Users may now be asked to save the 'Conversion Job' file if they
are exiting, loading an existing 'Conversion Job' file, or
requesting to create a new 'Conversion Job'. If there is no
'conversion job' file at the time, there must be at least 2
conversion items in the 'Conversion job' to be asked to save.
Users will not be asked to save if they've loaded a 'Conversion
Job' and haven't modified it.
Command Line: A time stamp will be put in
the log file (if /L is specified).
splitting is occurring in the output, that is not quite the same
as the original, an additional option has been added but is
currently only accessible by adding a line to the
Add the following line immediately below
within the CDTI_SearchHistory.INI file:
To get it back to the original setting, you can change the
line above to:
Converting of DOC/DOCX: NUMPAGES field wasn't always updated
Japanese language file added.
User Interface greatly enhanced.
Conversion of RTF: Numerous enhancements
Conversion of HTML: Numerous enhancments: Relative table heights
improperly being set. When using table element line spacing
incorrect. Portions of html were getting truncated. Text within
form elements not imported. Lists indentation changed.
Conversion of HTML: Windows 7 Specific issue.
Conversion to HTML: Anchored images are not exported in some
Converting to DOCX: Extra digit on page number.
- Conversion of DOC and RTF improved
- Conversion of files with images: DOC and RTF sometimes distorted
- Conversion of files with images: Windows 2000 had an issue
- Conversion of files with images: EMF's inserted with a file
reference were not displayed
- Conversion of files with images: 8 bit PNGs that have
transparency would not convert
- Conversion of HTML: Positioning of images improved
- Conversion of HTML: Incorrect default vertical text alignment in
- Conversion of RTF: Exporting lists were incorrect in some cases
Special Processes: When specifying a target file with the wild
card, the file extension of the output files did not always use
what was specified.
When converting whole folders of files, options such as convert
to a single file, were not being observed.
Windows 7 compatibility enhancements made.
Command line improved for Windows Vista, Windows 7 and greater.
The manifest file was renamed so that running CDTI.EXE
won't bring up the UAC (User Account Control) approval dialog by
default. Command line users must understand that if they
have UAC enabled, and they are doing a command line with output
to a protected folder, the results will be placed in the %localappdata%\VirtualStore
folder. If you think UAC is having an effect on the command line
you can quickly change the name of the program in your command
line from CDTI.EXE to CDTI.Admin.EXE. Doing this
will enable a prompt to elevate security before the command line
is fully executed.
Working well now with Office 2010
Numerous fixes for the conversion to/from HTML and RTF files
Improved conversion of files with PNG and JPGs.
Conversion to RTF: Numbered list within a table are
not converted properly
Conversion to PDF, there were issues with link
Conversion of files with some embedded TIFs were
causing an issue
Conversion of RTF files, properties of table rows
after the table would break the table
Conversion of RTF files, an empty field at the very
end of a document would cause an error
Conversion of HTML: Some links were causing an
Conversion of HTML: Anchored images in the last
paragraph were omitted
Conversion of HTML: Standalone XHTML tags were not
being converted properly
Conversion of HTML: If a list entry is empty then
the closing tag (UL) is missing and the html would be considered
Conversion of DOC files, Anchored images that were
exported could not be loaded
Conversion of DOC/DOCX Files: Wrong font character
Conversion of DOCX: After a forced page break,
additional paragraphs occurred.
Help system completely rewritten. CHM help file now used, and
web help is there for backup.
- User Interface: The terms "Original"
and "Target" file have been replaced with the more
intuitive "Input" and "Output"
- User Interface: If users launch the target
file and it does not exist, now it opens the folder in explorer.