Create PDF content while browsing with Microsoft Edge

Learn how to archive web pages to PDF on the fly with the Adobe Acrobat extension for Microsoft Edge. This Windows-only tool is invaluable for research projects and offline viewing of web-based information.

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The Adobe Acrobat extension for Microsoft Edge allows you to archive webpages to PDF on the fly. This Windows only tool is invaluable for research projects and offline viewing of web based information.
To install the extension, just select Extensions from the Settings menu in Edge. Select Get Extensions from Microsoft Edge in the left hand side.
Do a quick search for Acrobat in the Microsoft add-ons. And then select Get.
You’d be asked to confirm installing the extension.
And then once installed, you’ll be guided to the Help page with details on how to use the extension.
To convert webpages to PDF, just open any webpage. I’ve got the Library of Congress Copyright page open here. Select the extension in the toolbar. You can create a new PDF file or append to an existing PDF. I’ll create a new PDF to get a snapshot of the webpage which you can use for projects or for viewing one offline. Here’s the resulting PDF file. If there are additional links to other pages in the PDF, you can hover over them to open in another browser tab, append to this PDF, or create a completely new PDF file. The extension also gives you direct access to all your Acrobat web tools that come with an Acrobat DC subscription. The Acrobat extension from Microsoft Edge is a convenient way to instantly archive webpages for research projects, or just anytime you need to view information offline. -
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