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Email to Disc

Discussion in 'Email Issues' started by Darrell Crummett, Apr 2, 2018.

  1. Darrell Crummett

    Darrell Crummett

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    I am pretty new to the computer world. So far I have done pretty well, but now I am asking for help on what I am attempting to accomplish. How do you transfer your saved email to a disc, in pdf form? I Have tried to transfer them to my hard drive and it comes out all kinds of stuff. Can somebody help me?

    Thanks,

    Darrell
     
  2. Tony D

    Tony D Super-Moderator Super Moderators

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    Hello and welcome Darrell,

    I know of no way to save all your email all at once to a single pdf file. You could save each email to a single file using Acrobat Standard, or some other pdf creation software.

    What are you using for email? Do you use a browser like Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, etc. - or an email client such as ThunderBird, Outlook, etc.?
     
  3. Darrell Crummett

    Darrell Crummett

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    Thanks Tony.

    I am using AOL mail. My browser is Chrome and Internet Explorer. Is the Acrobat Standard free
     
  4. Tony D

    Tony D Super-Moderator Super Moderators

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    Acrobat Standard is a bit costly. There are free pdf converters out there.

    I think this is the one I used before I bought Acrobat Standard.
    https://sourceforge.net/projects/pdfcreator/

    I recall that you would open a document and click on Print, just as if you were going to print to a printer. However, chose the PDF Creator printer instead. Then give it a name and a location for the file.
     
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