I have never heard from her even after sending a follow-up. That was months ago. They now give great Editor's Ratings to crappy programs since the change. I always check the low customer ratings to get better view of the program. I can recommend it without any hesitation! Avg went nuts when I installed this. There were three malware detections. I thought they may be false positives, but after the installation, my browser automatically opened a page to www.
Read the reviews there. They're horrible. I immediately uninstalled it. AVG took care of the infections. It converted only 30 of files. It didn't convert my html files, all it produced were blank pages.
Tried all the fixes suggested by Microsoft for IE9 and none of them solved the problem. In trying to find a solution I note that this problem is very common and there are lots of others searching for solutions. It really isn't satisfactory to have to use another piece of software to solve a problem that resides in IE9 but what a relief when having downloaded HTML to PDF Converter and then being able to finally save the web pages as a pdf for future reference. Could not generate the pdf document, Could not render the url.
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There's no extra printer driver installed, no other system components to clutter your PC. Of course one advantage of the "virtual printer driver" approach taken by similar tools is that they work with just about any application, enabling you to convert almost any file type to PDF.
While this one only works with HTML and basic text files. Saving webpages for offline viewing is nothing new. Almost all web browsers allow this functionality via letting you store web pages in HTML format, albeit also creating additional folders to store pertaining scripts, images, files and related content during the process.
Even though offline HTML pages allow you to navigate just like you would while you're actually online, this isn't always a solution. If you're looking for a way to simply store the web page — for instance a page consisting of an article that you want to read later — it's better to save it in PDF format instead.
It's a lightweight yet powerful software that automatically converts and saves a web page into PDF at a breakneck speed.
The tool might look simple on the surface with a plain and user-friendly UI, but it does flawlessly what it's built for. The main window displays the list of URLs or files that you queue up prior to conversion.
As stated earlier, there are two ways to convert pages: by adding files or URLs. Batch conversion is also supported, which simply saves a lot of time.
To convert existing files, simply click Add Files and then browse to your input directory. The Add URLs option is rather interesting and more useful. All you have to do select this option from the main window and then enter the URLs one URL per line, as stated in the tool itself.
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