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Convert Web Pages In Google Chrome To High Quality PDF Files

by Chrome Blog on February 19, 2009

If you want to save a webpage looks like the same as what it appears on the website, then converting such webpage into a pdf file is the right solution. I came to know of a PDF Bookmarklet from the site PdfDownload which lets you do just the same with any web-page in Google Chrome.

What is a bookmarklet?

A bookmarklet came from the two words bookmark and applet. But this term is basically a computer application that is treated like normal bookmarks. It is just a one-click type of tool that adds new functions to your ordinary browser.

The most important function that it does is extracting data out of a web page such as images, texts and hyperlinks.

Here is a step-by-step guide to convert webpages in Google Chrome to high quality pdf files:

  • First, try to check if your bookmarks bar is showing on the browser. If you can’t see it, then go to Tools menu and choose Always show bookmarks bar.
  • Second, drag the link “Save Page as PDF” and place it right into the Bookmarks Bar.

    Chrome PDF Converter

    Chrome PDF Converter

  • When you got the link on the Bookmarks bar, when you bumped into a webpage that you want to save then just click the “Save Page as PDF”.
  • If you want to open the webpage right on a pdf file just open it up on your My Documents or the folder where you save the pdf file.

Thats it and you are done!

With this ever increasing compatibility of softwares and programs with google chrome, i am sure more and more users would switch to this user friendly and fast browser from Google.

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{ 30 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Web Designer - Abir 03.17.09 at 11:35 pm

Very useful tool

2 Rajasekhar 03.25.09 at 8:13 am

This is really an awesome addition to Chrome! I just love it :)

3 John 03.29.09 at 12:21 pm

Hi good

4 william 04.01.09 at 7:34 am

thanks

5 Me 04.14.09 at 11:32 am

Pointless. In Firefox: File->Print, Print to File, Output format: PDF. Built-in, and couldn’t be easier.

6 siamak 04.14.09 at 9:39 pm

what i could download the add one ?

7 George 04.29.09 at 10:12 am

I thing that for the apple Chrome the web2pdf is useless, since this remarkable piece of technology has this as an embedded feature.

However I believe that this is a real good plugin for Windows system.

Good work….

8 dude 05.10.09 at 7:17 pm

You want to get doPDF which lets you print pdf from anything. There are others, but doPDF is a nifty free tight little application.

9 Mariano 09.08.09 at 12:15 pm

“We’re sorry! Please try converting your web page again in a few minutes.
You’ve requested your conversion at a peak period and unfortunately this our servers were unable to process your request this time. Please try converting your web page to PDF again in a few minutes.”
Always shows me this notice!!! grrrrrrr. It never worked. I am angry. I will not use never again…

10 Victor Hartanto Wibisono 09.12.09 at 7:07 pm

This is a brilliant tool! :D
I absolutely love it! :D

11 Maniyeri 02.27.10 at 7:37 am

Very nice tool… thanks a ton!

12 Maniyeri 02.27.10 at 7:39 am

Very nice tool..
Thanks a ton!

13 Jaya 03.03.10 at 4:23 pm

I get this message and nothing ever happens.
———————————————————————————-
Please wait…

PDF Download is busy converting your Web Page to PDF.
This may take a couple of minutes.
———————————————————————————
Have not been able to get this to work . If anybody knows how to troubleshoot, I would appreciate it

14 pisau3 03.19.10 at 10:41 pm

Is it possible to implement this in a commandline call to chrome so that printing of urls can be automated?

15 Saxman 04.14.10 at 8:31 am

What a piece of CRAP! I tried this in IE and Firefox and it never worked, Actually worked in Chrome, but I need to convert Https: pages and it will only revert page to the login page and prints that!! WOW what a waste of time!! THanks

16 makhan 06.29.10 at 4:52 am

i tried save page as pdf but got error message that it has been removed or changed.i deleted that bookmarklet.i cant accept suspecious programs.

17 Mendo 09.14.10 at 3:26 pm

Thanks

18 J 10.02.10 at 6:42 pm

If you go to to File > Print…> then on the bottom left hand corner it says PDF with a drop down menu you select “Save as PDF…”

Voila, easy.

19 Renan 03.09.11 at 7:41 pm

Under linux enviroment (I use Kubuntu), Chome includes this feature. I usually select the entire page in order to print not only the visible part, and then use the ‘print to file’ option. Even when the print option is not shown, the ctrl-a + ctrl-p combination always does the trick.

Cheers.

20 lionel 05.11.11 at 7:17 pm

No offence to google chrome but its takes too long to converts webpages to pdfs compared to mozilla firefox or internet explorer

21 suman 11.28.11 at 6:48 am

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.

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/gpfeboijgkfpjcbfamcfjbomdkjndanp

22 Web Dizajn 03.24.12 at 5:02 pm

your website is the best

23 Jim 06.18.12 at 1:03 pm

I don’t know about 2009, but now this is built into Chrome. Print, Destination “save as pdf.” Recently switched to Chrome from Firefox due to problems with Flash in Firefox while Chrome seems to have no problems.

24 Selidbe Beograd 09.04.12 at 11:20 am

Thanks for the nice site. It was very useful for me. I’m happy I found this blog. Thank you for sharing with us, I too always learn something new from your post!

25 kartonske kutije za selidbe 10.13.12 at 2:25 pm

This is really an awesome addition to Chrome! Thanks

26 t4si 02.04.13 at 2:13 pm

this shit is collecting your email addresses! don’t be stupid!

27 Andy B. 02.21.13 at 7:59 am

Or you can also use an online converter if you have a different browser, it is as easy and efficient. I recommend http://kitpdf.com/web_to_pdf/.

28 Ansh Bakshi 02.23.13 at 12:10 am

i am not able to download this ! :(
can you please lill guide me !

29 Selidbe Pakovanje 04.15.13 at 12:48 pm

Thanks for the great tool!Easy to use and end big business

30 Kertridzi Toneri 11.19.14 at 9:08 am

Very nice tool, just what I need!

Will give it a try..

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