I have a folder called product manual in html containing an manual_index.html page and several sub pages manual_introduction.html, manual_maintenance.html and many more sub pages. The folder contains a offline version of an .html product manual

All the pages are linked with <a href="manual_maintenance.htmll"> See the Maintenance page</a>

I need a free software that i creating me a single .pdf file containing all linked files that the user can open the target .pdf file and see the table of contents click on a content and gets refereed to the target page in the same .pdf document.

-It has to be an offline software -I need that the output .pdf file also contains a table of contents

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You can probably get it done with Pandoc, as its description is exactly what you're looking for:

Pandoc can convert between numerous markup and word processing formats, including, but not limited to, various flavors of Markdown, HTML, LaTeX and Word docx. For the full lists of input and output formats, see the --from and --to options below. Pandoc can also produce PDF output: see creating a PDF, below

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