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Lesson 5. Creating Adobe PDF from Web Pa... > Converting web pages in Internet Exp...

Converting web pages in Internet Explorer (Windows)

If you've ever had the frustrating experience of printing a web page from your browser only to discover text missing at the end of each line, you'll love the Acrobat feature that allows you to create and print Adobe PDF without ever leaving your browser.

On Windows, Acrobat adds a button with a drop-down menu to the toolbar of Internet Explorer (version 5.01 and later), which allows you to convert the currently displayed web page to an Adobe PDF file or convert and print it, email it, or send it for review in one easy operation. When you print a web page that you have converted to an Adobe PDF file, the page is reformatted to a standard page size and logical page breaks are added.


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