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Adobe PageMaker is a discontinued program and its documents (.pmd) are not well supported in other software, so your only option for pmd to html conversion would be to get your hands on PageMaker and use the default export as text function to save your .pmd files as .rtf documents (Rich Text Format). When you have these documents, you can import them to OpenOffice.org, LibreOffice and many other word processors and perform a rtf to html conversion.

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.

 

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PMD

Files with pmd file extension can be most often encountered as documents created in Adobe PageMaker, discontinued desktop publishing program that was replaced with InDesign in Adobe's portfolio. Both programs are used to create rich and stylish documents and publications. 

A pmd file extension is related to the PlanMaker and used for its spreadsheet files.

Files with pmd file extension can be most likely found as models from MikuMikuDance 3D animation software.

Files with pmd file extension can be also found as 3D model data files from Poser, a 3D modeling studio by Smith Micro software.

A pmd file extension is associated with the Payroll Mate software. A pmd file contains financial data.

HTML

Files with html file extension are web pages and documents written in the most common scripting language for internet - the Hypertext Markup Language.

 

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