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Anyway to get the Adobe online help as a PDF for offline reference ?

Community Beginner ,
Feb 17, 2020

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Example : https://helpx.adobe.com/muse/using/text-typography.html

As you can see there are many chapters and sub chapters etc.

 

Is there anyway to get the entire ADOBE MUSE help file as a pdf download  for reference ?

 

Thanks a lot in advance.

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Anyway to get the Adobe online help as a PDF for offline reference ?

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Example : https://helpx.adobe.com/muse/using/text-typography.html

As you can see there are many chapters and sub chapters etc.

 

Is there anyway to get the entire ADOBE MUSE help file as a pdf download  for reference ?

 

Thanks a lot in advance.

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Feb 18, 2020

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Greetings Gunter,

 

Thanks for the link but i already downloaded this awhile ago.

I wanted the Adobe help specifically because of the dictionary style of listed explanations by feature wise.

Any idea if it could be done ?

 

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LEGEND ,
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Do you use Acrobat Pro? There you have a command to convert web sites to PDF. (Doesn’t work always 100 percent correct, but is quite useful. Here the help description: https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/using/converting-web-pages-pdf.html

Besides that, there are many application- and/or web based converters out there. Just google for "convert web site to pdf"

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Thanks for the reply. No i dont have Arobat Pro. I went thru each page and sub page manually and saved them. Took me an entire day. To organize them folder wise etc.

 

Best Wishes.

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LEGEND ,
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Can’t understand. I told you, there are hundreds of tool – online, offline, free, paid – for this kind of task. Besides that, you can download a free trial of Acrobat Pro. The trial period should be quite long enough to convert the help files to PDF. But if you like to do it manually – why not?

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