Save as PDF

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This add-on lets you easily save web pages to pdf. It places a button on your toolbar -- just click it to save the current page as a pdf. It uses Pdfcrowd html to pdf online service.

If the button is not placed on the toolbar automatically, please follow these steps:

  1. Right click the toolbar.
  2. Select Customize at the bottom of the popup menu.
  3. Scroll down and drag the Save as PDF button to the toolbar.

The add-on works right out of the box using the default settings. If you want to customize the pdf you can sign up for a paid account at Pdfcrowd. The available options include page size, page orientation, margins, password protection, initial view, etc.

You can learn how it works at https://pdfcrowd.com/save-as-pdf-explained/

The toolbar button is updated after each conversion:
- A red rectangle indicates an error. Hover your mouse over the button and a tooltip will display the error message.
- A little red dot indicates that you are not logged in at Pdfcrowd, hence the default settings were used.

Are you a developer? Check out the Web/HTML to PDF API.

Pdfcrowd gives away one Premium License for free every month - learn more.

Please note, that for security reasons it is not possible to create pdf from pages that use a server-based session to identify a user, e.g. your webmail inbox, online banking, shopping cart content, payment checkout, and the likes.

If you need support or have a suggestion, please visit Pdfcrowd forums.

Download files:

save-as-pdf-1.4.xpi
save-as-pdf-1.5.1-signed.1-signed.xpi


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