Tech Recipe: How to use PrintFriendly to create a PDF from a webpage

I have been playing with the idea of creating how-to videos on technology in the classroom and have finally started with PrintFriendly.com, a great website for creating PDF files from websites.

I hope to create a series of Tech Recipe videos to help teachers and students learn how to use some of the best free tools available online.

Let me know what you think. I would appreciate any (constructive) comments you may have.

 

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3 thoughts on “Tech Recipe: How to use PrintFriendly to create a PDF from a webpage

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