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Product Overview
A fast, light-weight add-in for Microsoft® Internet Explorer®that makes it very easy and effortless to generate PDF, XPS, DOC and other document formats right out of your favorite webpages. Microsoft Office Marketplace logo
 

Document Exporter brings PDF, XPS and other widely used formats to the most popular Internet browser, enabling you to save or simply attach web-pages to your emails. Whatever document format you export, Document Exporter preserves all the inline/embedded images, hyperlinks in the generated documents.

Highlights:
 

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100% Microsoft® Internet Explorer1 integration.

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Supports export to the following document formats:
- Adobe Portable document (.pdf2)
- XML Paper Specification document (.xps2)
- Microsoft® Word document (.doc)
- Microsoft® Word 2007 document (.docx)
- Rich Text Format (.rtf)
- OpenDocument Text (.odt)
 

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Supports appending web pages to an existing PDF file

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Preserves images and hyperlinks in the output.

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Automatically forward the web page as a document with Outlook

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Control the page setup and orientation of the generated document.

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Context menu for quick export.


1 Internet Explorer Version 7 or above
2 Office® 2007 or above. No requirement for Adobe Acrobat or driver.

Version: 2.1

Released: 15th August 2010

 

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30 days trial

Personal License (Single Seat)
30
USD/~20GBP/~31AUD/~29CAD

 

Country Enterprise License (Unlimited Seats)
500
USD/~312GBP/~505AUD/~496CAD

 
License is valid life-time. However, technical assistance and free upgrades are bound to the validity of the Support and Maintenance Contract
 

Free license for Academic Institutions (Schools, Colleges and Universities) - Learn More...
50% discount for non-profit, non-academic organizations (e.g., Charitable trusts, hospitals,). Learn More...

 

Purpose of this add-in

The world most used web browser - Microsoft Internet Explorer is still devoid for support of PDF/XPS and other popular document formats, unlike the Microsoft Office 2007 and 2010 applications which can now export documents in PDF and XPS formats. So, as usual, most of us has to either rely on Adobe Acrobat plugin (which cost a lot, you will have to buy it) or, make use of a PDF printer driver, or crudely, one just simply copy-paste the content of the web page to Microsoft Word and convert to PDF/XPS. Document Exporter is designed to bridge this gap by bringing the PDF/XPS supports in Internet Explorer, by leveraging your existing investment in Microsoft Office.
 

 

How does it work?

Internally, Document Exporter makes use of Microsoft Word 2007 or 2010 to perform all the processing/export and hence, you are able to save web pages to PDF and XPS plus other popular formats such as DOC, DOCX, RTF or ODT. The use of Microsoft Word is totally transparent to the user and is thread safe i.e., your current opened documents in Microsoft Word are not affected.

 

  i) Export the current web page as one of the following document format:

Adobe Portable PDF, Paper Specification XPS, Word 97 DOC, Word 2007 DOCX, Rich Text RTF or OpenDocument ODT.
 

 

You can also right-click the web page and select one of the context menu item, to quickly convert to a document format.

   
  ii) Email the current web page as an attachment of one of this document format:

Adobe Portable PDF, Paper Specification XPS, Word 97 DOC, Word 2007 DOCX, Rich Text RTF or OpenDocument ODT. If you have Microsoft Outlook® (any version) installed, this would automatically convert the webpage to the selected format, and attach to a new email, and then displayed.
 

 

 
Control over the generated documents
You can define the orientation - landscape or portrait, as well as choose between the following paper size for the generated documents:

Letter, Tabloid, Ledger, Legal, Executive, A3, A4,11 x 17, 10 x 14

 

Just click the 'Document Exporter Settings' button as shown below, to invoke the Setting bar.

 

You can also right-click in the web page to show up the context menu, and select 'Document Exporter Settings':

 
 

Some useful external links related to this product:

bullet What is Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF)?
bullet XML Paper Specification: Overview
bullet Save a Word Document as a PDF Effortlessly
bullet 2007 Microsoft Office Add-in: Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS
bullet About single file Web pages (MHTML)
 
   
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