Re: can you save information from a web page to your desktop?


Regardless of which method one uses, and the MS Print to PDF is a good one, this is generally the best way to save webpage content in a way that is readable outside a web browser.  I use PDF Creator, but the concept is precisely the same, it is a virtual printer that takes what it's given to "print" and puts it into a PDF file.

With regard to the original query, for a personal credit report, I would be surprised if there is not a "save as PDF" option somewhere on that webpage, but perhaps not.  I know I've saved my credit reports in the past using a feature on the reporting entity's webpage, not via PDF Creator.


Brian - Windows 10 Home, 64-Bit, Version 1803, Build 17134  

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