Saving webpage using [Ctrl+S Or File->Save As] always results in a .htm file and a folder which contains images and other related files like css etc. You can also use Web Archive Single File format to save the webpage as a single .mht file but the better option is to save it in PDF format with the help of doPDF. doPDF is a free PDF converter for both personal and commercial use. All you have to do is to click the print button on your bookmarks toolbar and it will automatically save your webpage as PDF file.
- Download doPDF from here.
- Install doPDF and set it as default printer.
- If you don't have Google Chrome, get it from here. You can get portable version from here.
- If you don't have Mozilla Firefox, get it from here. You can get portable version from here.
How to add Print Button to bookmarks bar in Google Chrome?
- Open Google Chrome.
- Click Menu->Tools->Always show bookmarks bar.
- Right click on bookmarks bar and choose Add Page.
- In the Name field type Print and in the URL text box, input the following
- Click OK
How to add Print Button to bookmarks toolbar in Mozilla Firefox?
- Open Mozilla Firefox.
- In menu bar click View->Toolbars->Bookmarks Toolbar.
- Right click on bookmarks toolbar and choose New Bookmark.
- In the Name field type Print and in the Location text box, input the following
- Click OK
Now open any webpage you want to save in PDF format, just click on the Print Button and you will be asked to choose a printer.
After choosing printer you will be asked for a location to save PDF file. Click Ok and it will save and open PDF file for you.
One more thing i would like to mention here is that there are number of websites which provide free HTML to PDF service, yet i think the method stated above is much more reliable and fast as compared to others.Contact Us for News Tips, Corrections and Feedback