BUG - "Printing" web page into a PDF and getting a PDF with 1/3 of the page cut off
2) Steps to reproduce the problem:
Being logged into the business account of OfficeDepot.com for the company I work for, and needing to create a PDF of a shopping list of one of my coworkers I will start by:
a) Either right clicking on the web page or clicking on the 3 vertical dots in the top right corner of the Chrome web browser.
b) I then locate and click on the "print" option.
c) When the print window comes up, I change it from a physical printer to Adobe PDF to "print" (create) a PDF of the web page I was on and needed.
d) I click "print" at this point.
e) Then Adobe Acrobat Pro DC opens with my newly "printed" PDF.
a) Windows 7 Enterprise
b) Google Chrome
c) Adobe Acrobat Pro DC
4) Expected Results:
A FULL copy of the web page in PDF format with ALL of the information showing on the PDF that was meant to be there.
5) Observed Results:
A PDF with the bottom 1/3 of the page blank.
** This problem doesn't seem to happen all the time, nor with all web pages, BUT it happens enough that it henders my job in a very BIG way!
Can you share in which cases Chrome extension gives poor PDF?
Thank you again for all the help in this matter, but unfortunately it is still a hit or miss. The Chrome extension helps, but I find the there are still numerous websites that do not produce a PDF that is legible. When the Chrome extension works it can work well.
Thank you for looking into this. The "specific scenario in which it occurs every time" is the above scenario for Office Depot does happen every time. It is other websites that are hit-or-miss with this problem.