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If I Click "O">PAGE>SAVE AS PDF" and later try and print the file, I get one page of worthless verbiage. Is this correct?

  • When are page ejects entered in a file? If I print a PDF file that I'v saved, shouldn't the result be the same as if I had printed it in the first place?

  • What program are you using to print the file?

  • When you use that route page > save as pdf Opera seems to convert the page to a graphic and squish it all on one page, no matter how many pages the web site has. I have the same problem. Best to go the route of O > page > print > and then choose the PDF option.

  • By definition, "Save" is the whole web page as it appears in the browser - that is, without page breaks since none appear in the browser. If you're trying to dump the file straight to a printer, that won't work very well, but hopefully a PDF viewer would be able to paginate it for you.