Tried to create a PDF off a web page. If the first word of the page title is with a colon, it couldn't get it save to local
Tried to create a PDF off a web page. If the first word of the page title is with a colon, it couldn't get it save to local. Instead, seems my Adobe Acrobat DC is looking for the network drive and save it there. If the first word named "Making: steps to make a cake", then Acrobat will try to save the created PDF from the web page to the network drive "Making:", which basically doesn't exist. I am not sure if this will open up any risk for hackers trying to get onto anyone network drive (doesn't sound like it), but it's good to have Adobe to look into it. And again, I still want my web page being created in PDF anyway, so it's definitely a bug.
Sammy Shiu commented
A workaround to create the PDF, is to save the web page onto local, edit and save the local copy of the html page to remove the colon from the page title. Browse the local html page from a browser, copy the local URL and create it from Adobe Acorbat DC, and it allows me to save the PDF file onto my local drive.