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create pdf from url

i need to create pdfs in color from any url.
adbobe acrobat, html2pdf tools fail.
pl suggest a good tool.
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vidhubala

8/22/2022 - Mon
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i mentioned in my question that adobe acrobat doesnt do it properly.
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Is this image too rough?

Experts-Ex.pdf
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Note: The PDF above has been created using both Adobe and SheharyaarSaahil's recommendation.

I think the issue here might be when you Open Adobe Acrobat and choose create PDF then choose the saved HTML file.

When in fact if you open the saved HTML file, Choose Print, then select Adobe PDF in the Printers Selection Menu. Choose your file location to print the file to. You get a completely different result.

To make sure you have Adobe PDF listed as a printer go to:
Start>Settings>Printers> Do you see Adobe PDF listed?

If not use the following instructions to add it.
http://kb.adobe.com/selfservice/viewContent.do?externalId=329662

Then go back and use the previously suggested solution.
Your help has saved me hundreds of hours of internet surfing.
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vidhubala

sheh, thanks for that smart tip. apache, good job.