How to print icloud messages on adobe cratepdf app

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  1. vbpathak

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    Hello, greetings to forum members from a new entrant. I have installed adobe createPDF. Can some on tell me how to convert icloud mails in PDF on ipad3. Regards, vidya
     
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    Hi and welcome to the Forum!

    I've moved your thread to our Help Section where you will receive a better response.

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    The Adobe CreatePDF app does not say it can convert the email itself to PDF, just the attachments you receive in the email.

    I dont' have the app, but at a guess you just tap and hold on the attachment until the menu pops. Depending on your iOS version you will either get an Open In option or some icons. Either way the CreatePDF app should be a choice.

    If the attachment displays inline, tap and hold as above.

    If the attachment opens in Quick Look mode, tap once in the center of the screen (if the menu bar does not appear at the top), then choose Open In, or the arrow/box icon (depending on iOS version).

    If all you need is the text of the email, you can tap and hold to select a bit of text in the email, then choose the Select All and Copy options from the popup menu. This can be pasted into any number of text apps, many of which can export as PDF.

    If it's the saving of the email and not the PDF part that is important, you can use Evernote. An Evernote account comes with an email address. If you forward an email to that address it gets saved as a note, complete with most (most of the time) of the graphics and other HTML formating intact. You can even specify the notebook by adding @notebookname to the subject line.

    I looked in the App Store and found the PDF Creator for iPad app. It says you can copy from email (described above) and past into the app to convert it to email. I have no idea if this will save more than the text, and the total lack of reviews means I have no idea if the app is worth buying; but it's the only thing I've seen that suggests you can turn an email (intact) into a PDF.
     
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    Readdle's PDF Creator app went on sail today, so I picked it up.

    I'd always thought, from it's description, that if you copied an email and pasted it into an app to make a PDF you'd only get the text. I was wrong. The entire HTML email is turned into a PDF, paginated if needed.

    With PDF Creator you go to the email, tap an hold on some text, choose Select All then Copy. Go to the PDF Creator app, choose Clipboard from the left column. A preview of the new document will appear. Tap convert in the top right corner to do the deed.

    The main reason I'm posting this is that it means I may also have been wrong about the Adobe CreatePDF app.

    If it can create PDF files from emails, the procedure should be similar to the one I just described.

    Sorry if I've mislead anyone.
     
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    Hi, am very new to iPad and this forum...I am trying to make my fortnightly time sheet and PDF document that I can change the dates etc on and email to the pay office....is this possible?????? Cheers for any help/suggestions
     
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    Adobe Reader, PDF Expert, and several other apps can handle PDF forms. Yes, it is possible. :)
     
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    Thanks for that....I have installed PDF expert....but now I don't get the toolbar to allow annotation....grrrrr...wot am I doing wrong.....can't work it out...can you help????? Cheers
     
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    Tho it seems some docs work properly and some don't......????????? I am so frustrated......
     
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    If the annotation bar is not visible, just tap the pen icon. Tap it again to make the annotation bar disappear again; or the (x) to the left on the bar.


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    The app should have come loaded with a guide document, and possibly some update docs as well. Reading through them should help.
     
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