Convert Webpages To PDF Files In Google Chrome, Opera, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari

Sometimes back we had told you about a Firefox add-on that will help you save entire webpages as PDF files. However if you are a , Internet explorer, Safari or user you can also save webpages as PDF files with the help of a handy bookmarklet.


To convert and save webpages as PDF files in your favorite browser, drag and drop this Save Page as PDF bookmarklet to the bookmarks bar.

The next time you want to save the webpage you are browsing as a PDF file, just click on the bookmarklet and a PDF file will be created for you.

Save as PDF Bookmarklet [via ChromePlugins]

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  • Agent 001

    Wow! I did not knew about that. Thanks for the tip.

  • Andy

    We have recently released a free Twitter add-on for IE called TweetIE, it works for IE 6,7 and 8. I hope the readers of this blog will find it interesting. My name is a link. I would also appreciate if the author of this blog could review our plug-in

  • geekonweb

    try HTML to PDF plugin for Google Chrome. No need make any settings. Just install the extension and your document will be converted to PDF in a single click.