Save emails to PDF directly from Gmail™. This extension lets you easily save Gmail™ emails as a PDF document on your computer's hard. This extension adds two new buttons to your Gmail interface. One orange PDF button and one blue PDF button. The orange button can be used. Save your Gmail Messages as PDF Files in Google Drive. The older version of Gmail had a useful feature that would let you quickly save an email message in Gmail as a Google Document in your Google Drive. You could open an email thread inside Gmail, choose the Create a Document menu.
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Gmail has many handy email options. However, one thing it seemingly lacks is an option that converts emails to a PDF (Portable Document. Coming to my point, saving Gmail emails to PDF format is ridiculously simple and a native capability – no need for extensions or lab tinkering. While Gmail allows users to archive any mail they receive, it is sometimes safer This is where the ability to convert mail from Gmail into a PDF file come in useful.
There are several downloading features which you can exploit while trying to read the email sent to you. For example, you can decide to view and manage PDF in Gmail account.
Gmail offers several options for you to manage the PDF files you receive in attachments. There are several tips and tricks you can employ while managing Gmail in your account. Some of the tricks you can employ include the following: Using Gmail Gmail has a built-in PDF viewer, which enables to view PDF files directly in the desktop web browser.
Just click the link "View", and then the PDF is open in your web browser.
Here you can adjust the PDF to fit the screen, zoom in or zoom out. And what's more, you can search for the text by clicking the "File" menu and choosing "Search the Document".
And then type in the text in the search box. If you have tried opening the email using the PDF option, you probably have seen an option were you can open the file using plain HTML.
It is located in the menu where you open the PDF format files. The pain HTML option means you can as well view the files in webpage format.
Then save the message in the word processor. Next, open this Portable Document Format conversion tool in your browser.
Click the Select files button there to select the document you copied the email message to. Press the Convert button to convert the file to a PDF format.
For starters, the email loses all its formatting and images.
There are also quicker ways to save emails as PDFs. First, open a Gmail email in Google Chrome.
It looks like a tiny printer. Click the Print all button to open the window shown in the shot below.
The print preview window includes a Change button that you can select to configure the destination printer with. Press Change to open a list of destinations for the email. Click the Change button again to open the destination list, and then you can select Save to Google Drive from there. Press Save on the print preview window to save the email to your Google Drive cloud storage.