Have you ever wanted to download one or more web pages in a form that you could read on a PDA or an ebook reader? Have you ever come across a large web page which you wanted to print, but which your web browser simply couldn't scale properly?
One way to solve both of these problems, and more, is to convert that web page to a PDF file, and www.web2pdfconvert.com is a great, easy and free way to do just that. Go to the site, enter the URL of the page you want to convert, press the button, and in just a few seconds your PDF file is ready to download.
This site, as a PDF, courtesy of www.web2pdfconvert.com
As a way of archiving important web-based information alongside traditional documents, converting the files to PDF format makes a lot of sense, as you can then add them to your indexing system. It also makes it easy to download web-based manuals and read them on an e-reader such as a Kindle.
Another reason why I like www.web2pdfconvert.com is because I sometimes need to print a web page which is too large for my printer. Almost all of the browsers I've tried tend to make a mess of printing large pages. By converting the page to PDF first, and then letting Adobe Reader handle the printing, I have much more control over the whole process.
My thanks to user Tomazaz for bringing this Hot Find to my attention. If there's a freeware product or web-based service that you think qualifies as a Hot Find, please let me know via http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/submit-product-review.htm.
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