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I would like to accomplish to save a page in PDF with a single click in Google Chrome.

Basically have a button or keyboard shortcut which allows me to save a page as PDF in one single action. I want exactly the same behavior and output as the normal printing to PDF which comes with Chrome by default but I don't want it to show print preview, ask for settings and filename. I want it to save it with the page title in a default location.

I've tried several extension but didn't find any that works as I need.

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Which extensions were tried? – Pro Backup Jun 29 '14 at 14:34
@Pro, please don't abuse formatting. – Arjan Jun 29 '14 at 16:12

Try using the FireShot Chrome Extension. It allows you to save the whole page or the visible part of a page to a PDF or a image.

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Thanks for the suggestion. I tried but it's not what I need... – martjno Aug 11 '15 at 5:54

I built something like this specifically for Gmail called Duffel. One of our users linked me here, so I thought I'd mention it

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