>>YAN HUANG: So how do you convert a web page
into a PDF, and why would you want to do it? Well, the reason why I did it is I had a couple
of clients, and they needed some immediate marketing collateral. It was pushed really last minute, and we didn’t
have time for anything. If that’s the case for you — you just need
something immediate, like a PDF to send someone, where you just need it — a couple of cool
shortcuts, I guess, as far as generating some quick marketing
collateral is… you can take an old email newsletter, you
can take maybe a blog entry or even your Services page or About page on your website. You can convert that into PDF. Now, you don’t want to print to PDF, because
if you do that, you lose all the links, and usually the quality is pretty poor. So what you want to do to convert a web page
to PDF is first of all, you need to download Adobe Acrobat. You can download a free trial from the website. It’s a free trial — I think it’s 30 days. Go ahead and download and install that. What you want to do is go to the File menu. You can click on Create, and then click on
Create from Web Page, then just enter in the web page URL or the URL to whatever. You know, maybe it could be an old newsletter
campaign or blog entry. Go ahead and paste the URL in there. You can also adjust the settings, so if you
actually want it to be maybe a different paper size, adjust the margins, you can go ahead and do
that. Click on Create. It’ll basically go through this process,
download all of the files and images for you — then lo and behold, you have your…instant marketing
collateral! From there, you can go ahead and save it.
You can email as well as print it. Hopefully you found this helpful, and if you
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How to Convert a Webpage into PDF (Using Adobe Acrobat)

10 thoughts on “How to Convert a Webpage into PDF (Using Adobe Acrobat)

  • May 25, 2014 at 10:49 am

    no pues wow

  • August 28, 2014 at 5:07 pm

    Only talking and no demonstation!!!No toturial version!!!

  • March 3, 2015 at 2:30 pm

    How convert login requested web page to pdf?   For example Ebay.  

  • April 18, 2015 at 5:58 am

    I appreciated the video but it is only making a pdf of what fits on one page so I cannot get the rest of the web page onto a consecutive page of my pdf

  • January 21, 2016 at 3:36 pm

    helpful thanks

  • March 12, 2016 at 2:59 pm

    Dear friends, this add on (tiny programme for chrome,firefox,opera etc)
    namely Capture Webpage Screen Shot entirely (Fireshot) does wonder in
    just a few clicks (2 or 3) to convert html to pdf. No need to
    download,installation etc. First add this add on to your browser, start
    this add on and capture (screenshot) your Html page and click save as
    Pdf or other option as per your needs. That.s all. hardly it takes a few
    seconds and you can Edit also. Thanks

  • March 27, 2017 at 12:46 pm

    this is extremely useful because pdfs i can put on my phone to put off
    line, if i can convert the any page to pdf that means i can have any
    great info on the web to be on my phone offline via pdf. i'm the type of
    sky who likes to study while sky diving, ect. i can't just have the stuff i want to study at home since when i work i'm gone all the time working like 70 hours a week ect. but there is times i might wait and can just have my phone ready in advance so i am just wasting time.

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  • January 20, 2018 at 7:20 pm

    What the fuck is this shit? Talk more so we can see how to do it….. Shit content

  • June 2, 2018 at 8:57 pm

    fuck man, what hell are talking about?


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