I don't know about you, but printing off a web page can be a royal pain the rear! But not any more. With the CREATE PDF handy tool, you can cut and paste any URL and voila — you have a PDF.
I've already used it a half dozen times since I heard about it. Check it out!
And a hat tip to Karen Hochman from The NIbble for sharing the tool via the MENG network.
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Drew, I think it seems really very handy tool and that’s really great now to turn any web page into a pdf.
Great tip Dean, thanks. Instead of printing directly I often copy and paste the content into a word processor, the result is an unformatted mess. This is a much better solution. Thanks for the tip!
Wow! That is great. I found it at the right time. Very helpful for me. Keep posting more helpful stuffs like this.
Thanks Drew, we’ve been fussing about trying to create PDFs from Word. It’s just not working.
This should help!
Oh, thanks. I was lookinf for such tool and here it is. Boom! Thank you, Drew.
This is especially handy to have for snatching up copies of web pages you just know will be taken down soon enough.
especially handy to have for snatching up copies of web pages you just know will be taken down soon enough.