New feature: Save wiki page to PDF

18 Sep

We quietly rolled out a new feature that lets you save any wiki page as a PDF file. This might be really useful if you have a syllabus (print it out and give it to your class), a resume, a meeting agenda, or almost anything else.

To save your wiki page to PDF, look at the bottom-left box of your wiki for the “Save page as PDF” link. That’s it!

3 Responses to “New feature: Save wiki page to PDF”

  1. Radaghast Kary October 18, 2006 at 6:36 pm #

    By the way, this feature does not yet support international alphabets. The Unicode nature of PBWiki itself allows for editing content in languages which use non-latin characters (Russian, Japanese, whatever) even in page titles, but they all get mixed up when exporting the content to PDF.

    And it is also a pity that the images do not show up in the PDF.

  2. Carlos Mestre González November 6, 2006 at 5:17 pm #

    I’m agree with Radaghast Kary. I’m spanish, and i need write text with ling(áéíóú) and with ñ. It’s perfect in the wiki. The problem is when i try to export this information to PDF, that doesn’t work. is possible that you can fix it?

    Thanks

  3. Scott Ostroff April 12, 2007 at 4:11 am #

    How about spell check?

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