Saved PDF file is truncated at the top and bottom
PekingOpera last edited by
Opera Browser has a 'Save as PDF ...' feature on the right-click mouse menu. It saves the page page as a single pdf page. I like this feature a lot.
However, when I try to save a long long page, the saved page is truncated at the top and the bottom. Is it possible to expand the page length allowed for the 'save as PDF ...' feature?
burnout426 Volunteer last edited by
Are you loading the saved pdf in Opera or some other PDF reader? I think Adobe has a limit on a single page's dimensions.
donq last edited by
You may also use Page - Print and select Destination - Save as PDF from there; for some sites the result may be better formatted (and for some sites worse - depend on site designer).
PekingOpera last edited by PekingOpera
@burnout426 You are right and I didn't realize it's Adobe Reader's problem. The printed PDF file is complete when it's opened with Opera.
But I need Adobe Reader to mark/highlight some PDF files. With Opera, I can't highlight PDF text. Would you know how to fix Adobe Reader issue?
burnout426 Volunteer last edited by burnout426
@pekingopera Try this 64-bit portable version of Sumatra PDF to see if it shows all the PDF. If so, that might be a good choice for you as you can select text in the PDF in Sumatra.
As for Adobe, I think everyone looked into this before and there's no fix except for trying to modify the source of the PDF. But, I don't remember if that even worked correctly.
But, you can hit ctrl + p on the page and use the "save to pdf" or the Microsoft print to pdf option. Those will split things up into pages as said. In the print dialog, there's a "more options" section that you can expand to control whether headers, footers, and background graphics are shown. Then, Adobe should have no problem. The content in the PDF just might look more like text than a screenshot like the right-click "save to pdf" option. But, if all you're doing is selecting text from it, that might be okay.