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I tried many of the converters but none of them preserve the content in latex. For eg:- http://www.campusgate.co.in/2015/03/numbers-basics.html. Here the latex part is not converted properly.

Is there any way to convert it ? I want only the problems in a PDF format so that I could print it.

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  • What do you mean and doesn't preserve what content exactly? Show same data and expected sample data. – Pillsbury IT Doughboy Sep 28 '17 at 22:01
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Try google chrome built in PDF converter.

1) Ctrl + P (print)
2) Click on change button.
3) Select Save as PDF.
4) Click Save. You will get the webpage as PDF.

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    It omits content many times. – MathGod Sep 13 '18 at 23:09
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Harikrishnan's answer works great. If you have multiple pages to convert in one go, or need APIs to convert from code Sejda PDF works great for that.

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