This page is for Home Health Education Service (HHES) Literature Evangelists (LEs) using—or wanting to use—the utility program I’ve written to convert payment summary files in comma-separated value (CSV) format to the older Hyper-Text Markup (HTM) format that has been in use in the past. If you’re not an LE using the Windows software provided through the HHES, then the information and resources on this page probably won’t be of much use to you. 🙂
This software should run on any computer that runs Microsoft Windows version 7 or 8 (32-bit or 64-bit). I know of no reason that it wouldn’t run on Windows XP or Vista, but I haven’t tested it on those versions.
To install the software, you’ll need Administrator permissions for your system. This usually isn’t a problem for people using a single home or small business computer, but may be relevant to people working in a larger office. In this case, you may need to have your system administrator install the software for you.
The Latest Version
The official release version of the software is 188.8.131.52. You can download it using the links below.
Please remember to do the following before installing:
- Read the User Manual.
- Remove any previous version of the software that you may have already installed.
Here are the download links:
- hhes-csv2htm-user-manual.pdf —The User Manual in PDF format; a copy of this document is installed with the software as well
- hhes-csv2htm-184.108.40.206-windows-x32.exe —The software, a standard self-installing executable
If you’re using this utility, and are having trouble, then I’m both willing and eager to help you out! E-mail me on email@example.com.
If you believe you’ve found a bug, then you can record this on the issue-tracking system that I use by clicking on this link. Please use this only for when things aren’t working as advertised, rather than for normal requests for help.
While I am happy to assist anyone who needs help using this utility, please keep in mind that I am doing this work in my (not so abundant) spare time, and may not always be able to respond to a query right away.