How to PDF .htm files?

Posted on 2014-07-14
Last Modified: 2014-07-14
I have a deck of 30 pages in HTM files online.  I'm new with PDF.  Can you suggest how to PDF it?  Not in individual pages but all in one.

Question by:Tiras25

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    you can download a pdf printer. there are a lot of good free software. it will print what you are seeing on your browser just like if you were printing it on paper but in pdf format.

    try  and search for "pdf printers". you will be able to download one.
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    I have used adobe acrobat...specifically now at my version 9
    coversion path html to pdf
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    by:Scott Fell, EE MVE
    I would be cautious about using  I have had trouble with files from that site.

    I second adobe acrobat and use that myself.  

    I  have found which is free to try and $15/yr for personal.  Tried it and works nicely.  I also tried and they give you 30 per month for free and membership is $5 per month.
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    by:Paul Sauvé
    To print html pages, I use
    Bullzip PDF Printer

    A FREE PDF Printer that allows you to print to a PDF document from any Microsoft Windows application. Supports Microsoft Terminal Server and Citrix Metaframe environments.

    The possibility of printing an entire site, rather than page by page, doesn't seem to exist any more (unless the site has a built-in function to do this)...

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