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msr

It's not free, but I'll try Adobe Acrobat Pro, they say it "converts entire wepages"... There's a fully functional 30-day trial version on their website, Im installing it right now.

I also found domPDF: http://www.digitaljunkies.ca/dompdf/
But Im not sure if it will work...

msr

#6
Jul 20, 2008, 05:41 pm Last Edit: Jul 20, 2008, 05:42 pm by msr Reason: 1
Wow. Adobe Acobrat Pro (trial version) worked!
I saved the entire site of Arduino to PDF, and links work like we are browsing the site.

However, its a trial. It would be nice if someone create something like this but freeware/opensource...

mellis

Awesome. Are there any restrictions on what you're allowed to do with the PDFs you create with the free trial?  If not, do you want to post it on the playground?  Or if it's too big, let me know and we can find a way to get it onto the site.

msr

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Jul 21, 2008, 04:28 pm Last Edit: Jul 21, 2008, 04:34 pm by msr Reason: 1
Sure. First I had converted the entire site to PDF (including Blog and some Forum threads) but I found it unnecessary. So I converted only the Getting Started, Learning and Reference sections.
I already wrote something on Playground but once it was the first time I edited the wiki I hope I haven't did anything wrong. If so please notice me or edit what I did.

Here it is the contribution:
http://www.arduino.cc/playground/Main/ManualsAndCurriculum

All files were uploaded to mediafire.com

mellis

Awesome.  I may take the PDF's and upload them to arduino.cc so you don't have to go through mediafire.

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