5 Additions To Chrome Browser To Handle PDF Files Effectively

Jul

1

2017

When working on a Chrome browser you may sometimes have to deal with PDF files as exporting emails or extracts from web pages and saving them as PDF.

So here are 5 useful Chrome extensions that help you flexibly perform tasks with PDFs
Add Print Friendly & PDF
Print Friendly and PDF helps you export web pages in PDF format and print them with high flexibility by removing ads or any unrelated links and content.

The extension lets you edit content on a webpage before you print it, such as adjusting font size or removing images or text you do not want.

Add Save emails to PDF
Adding Save emails to PDF allows you to export messages in Gmail as PDF files.

All you need to do is install the add-on on your browser and you’ll see the Save as PDF icon appear in all Gmail messages. Once you click on it, you can save the message to your computer in PDF format, including attachments in the message. The add-in supports a very important feature, which is the ability to export more than one Gmail mail into a single PDF file.

Add Kami
If you want to do some tasks on PDFs, adding Kami is one of the best options available in this area.

The add-in allows you to sign PDF files and add comments, shapes and captions to them, as well as the ability to highlight specific texts within files and other tasks.

Add a PDF Merger
If you combine many PDFs, adding PDF Merger can help you quickly and easily merge files on Chrome, with previews before you merge.

Add FireShot
With more than 1 million users, FireShot is one of the most popular additions to Google Chrome because it can handle many file operations such as images, web pages and PDFs.

The add-in supports the ability to save entire web pages or capture the screen and then export it as a PDF file.

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