How to Make a Web Site a PDF

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To make a Web site a PDF, download the free version of a program called PrimoPDF, visit the Web page, select PrimoPDF from the "Print" drop-down menu, and save the Web site as a PDF to the desktop. Rename the new PDF version of a Web site with advice from a software developer in this free video on Web pages.

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Hi, my name's Dave Andrews, today I'm going to show you how to make a website, a PDF. Let's go to our computer. Now, we're going to need some software to do this, but it's free, just open up your Internet Explorer and go to Now, we want to do a search for a program called a PrimoPDF, it's This is a free download, and it basically, if you get the free version here, they also have a paid version that lets you edit PDF's, but download the free version and that will add a printer to your system that's basically not a real printer, it's a software printer, that will allow you to print any, any word document or any web page that you have, any Excel spread sheet, it will allow you to actually print it to a PDF file. So, let's for example, let's just go ahead and do this website that I'm on right now. I want to just go to print, and actually I wanted to use the little drop down, and select print, that way it will allow me to choose the PrimoPDF printer. I want to click on PrimoPDF and it will now start off a print job and in a moment it's going to ask me where I want to save my PDF to. Just click yes on any kind of pop up that comes up, now it's going to ask me where I want to save it to and it defaults to your documents at myPrimoPDF.PDF, I'm just going to rename this to website.PDF and then click on create PDF. Now, it's actually going to create that PDF for us and once it's done printing it will appear right there in my documents. My name is Dave Andrew and I've just showed you how to make a website, a PDF.


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