The Adobe Acrobat extension for Google Chrome enables users to convert web pages into PDF with formatting and link fuctionality intact. Can I leverage this in XD? It would be nice to be able to convert screens my Team's working web app in process as a starting point to then layer on some proposed design changes to those screens using XD.
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I am not familiar with the extension. Is there a difference between directly exporting to PDF from XD versus what you are trying to achieve with this extension?
I want to go from PDF to XD. Today I only import images to XD and then add wiring in XD for my web app enhancement demos.
I would like to be able to import from PDF to XD directly and it seems like the chome extension, which grabs and web app screens and converts them into PDF complete with link functionality intact, could be a time saver over simply importing screen images into XD.
Thank you for reaching out and sharing your feedback. It would be really helpful if you can share a short video of the workflow on what you are trying to achieve so that we can understand better.
We will try our best to help.
Can you also share the name of the Chrome extension here?
I used the Adobe Acrobat extension to convert an HTML web page into a PDF file. The conversion process pulled in fully working drop-down selection lists etc. (see below). I would like to import the resulting PDF file into XD. Is the only way to do that is via Illustrator? My goal is to import a drop-down selection list into XD the same way I was able to import it into PDF. I pressume that is not currently possible, meaning I will have to import just an image and then mannually add the drop-down effect into XD. Is that correct?