Acrobat Create PDF extension is used to convert web pages to pdf. Enabling this extension adds the Acrobat PDF Creation toolbar and the right-click context menu to convert complete web pages, links to PDF.

To enable Acrobat Create PDF extension in Firefox:

  1. Launch Mozilla Firefox.

  2. On Windows, click the Alt key to bring up the Firefox menu bar. On Mac OS, it’s already there.

  3. Go to Tools -> Add-ons.

  4. The Add-ons manager is displayed. Select Extensions in the left pane. An extension named Adobe Acrobat appears as disabled with an Enable button beside it (as shown in the snapshot below).

    Firefox extensions for PDF extension
  5. Click the Enable button for Adobe Acrobat – Create PDF extension.

  6. Restart Firefox.

    The Create PDF extension toolbar and the right-click context menu are now enabled (as shown in the snapshot below). Use them to convert web content to PDF.

Extension enabled
Create PDF options

If the extension toolbar is not available, do the following:

  1. Go to Firefox menu > Customize.

    Firefox's Customize option
  2. Drag and drop the Acrobat extension icon from Additional Tools and Features pane to the Firefox menu panel.  

    Drag and drop Acrobat extension from left pane to the right pane
  3. Click Exit Customize. The extension toolbar is now available on the Firefox menu panel.

    Acrobat extension on the Firefox menu

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