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how to put the rendering of Internet Exploer into PDF format?

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Dear Experts,

I have a need that I looked for long time but didn't find this website.

I want to do one thing: suppose we browe one page such as http://www.msn.com and we go to the first web page of msn website. Now I want to change the rendering (i.e. what you see in the brower) in to a page in PDF format?

Can anyone offer me some links for such toolkit or software offering such API so that I can program my own tool?

Also I am interested to know how the handle of rendering from Internet Explorer that is control in VB.

Thanks in advance.
-SouthMountain
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If you have Adobe Acrobat, then you have the ability to "print" the HTML page to a PDF file.  However, this prints the entire page, not just what is visible in the browser frame.
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