PDF/XPS Exporter for Internet Explorer 1.0
Description from the publisher
Document Exporter brings PDF, XPS, DOC and other widely used formats to the most popular Internet browser ever, enabling you to save or simply attach web pages to your emails to one of this supported document type. Whichever format you export, Document Exporter preserves all the inline/embedded images, hyperlinks in the generated documents. Supports Internet Explorer version 7 and above. No PDF printer or Adobe Acrobat drivers required.
Microsoft Office 2007 applications can now save documents to PDF/XPS. Unfortunately, Microsoft Internet Explorer is not part of the Office suite, and is still devoid for support of PDF/XPS and other popular format. So, as usual, most of us has to either rely on Adobe Acrobat plugin (which cost a lot, you will have to buy it) or, simply copy-paste the content of the email to Microsoft Word and convert to PDF/XPS. Document Exporter is designed to bridge this gap by bringing the PDF/XPS supports in Internet Explorer. Document Exporter is designed to bridge this gap by bringing the PDF/XPS supports in Outlook.
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, internet explorer
, microsoft office
, microsoft word