Sunday, June 03, 2007

Web Pages to PDF is Easy with Free HP Download

HP has made available a free download add-on for Internet Explorer that lets you create PDF documents from the content you find on the web. Rather than install a virtual print driver, it works more like a scrapbook browser extension, allowing you to select the content you want to create your PDF pages.
HP Smart Web Printing lets you select, store and organize text and graphics from multiple web pages and then edit and print exactly what you see onscreen. It gives you the control you need to print meaningful information while minimizing waste.

Selecting content on a web page can be challenging. Now you can easily select text and graphics from multiple websites and combine them in your custom document. Create a personal digital scrapbook for each planning and research project.

Once you transfer content to your custom document, you can edit the text and graphics and even resize and delete them. Then print exactly what you see on screen. HP Smart Web Printing will also save your custom document as an Adobe PDF file.

This is a really great idea. I haven't seen anything else like it anywhere else.

Get it here!

Via Digital Inspiration

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