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Discussion in 'iPad Apps' started by bsiewert, Aug 29, 2011.
is there an app that could convert an email into a PDF for record keeping?
Yes theres a new program from adobe thats called createpdf, but its $10!
Or you can get Evernote.
It comes with an email address that you can forward the email too. It won't be saved as a PDF though. On the other hand, if you load Evernote on your computer too it will automatically sync there, and Evernote is a lot more searchable than a folder full of PDFs.
The other thing I do is use Printopia (Fingerprint for PC users). This allows you to print to any printer (or folder) on your computer. It uses the built in Print option in most apps. You have to have your computer on and the program (Printopia or Fingerprint) running on the computer.
I set up a Receipt folder in Printopia on my Mac. When I receive an email receipt on the iPad, I just print it to that folder. The result is a PDF of that email where I want it.
I saw a review on it today. Adobe just came out with it. It isn't getting very good reviews, but hopefully they will improve it, and maybe drop the price. Unless they add some fantastic new features it's appeal is fairly limited (at least to me).
Still, it might be the only option for some applications.
I also want it. any suggestions?
I don't like the fact it's 6.99 but it uses the Internet to convert?? What a crock of s@*t! Maybe if it was 1.99, but 7 is too expensive!
Sent from my iPad2 using iPF
You shouldn't need to buy an app. You can use EmailExporter.com for free. The website doesn't look as good when using it on the iPad or iPhone but it works great. It will convert your email to PDF, or several emails to one PDF.
I need to be able to do it from the email on iPhone or Ipad