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I need to read my own blog post that I published in Blogspot a long time ago.

How do I export my Blogspot post to PDF? So that I can read it in any places that don't have internet connection?

What I found when I searched for this was always about importing many posts into a book and usually their service is not free. I don't need to import many posts at once. I just need my one blog post.

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Instead of converting it to PDF, you could use a service like Instapaper. Read It Later and Readability are another two options. – Alex Dec 18 '11 at 0:50
@Alex, that doesn't answer my question. I need to read my post offline, preferably in PDF. – Hulk Dec 18 '11 at 1:44
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If you wish to have a Print as PDF option on each of your blog posts for you & your readers, you can configure the service from Web2PDF

If it is just for yourself, you can turn to Chrome browser which now lets you print a page as PDF from the regular Print menu option.

NOTE: If you are using a Mac, almost any page can be printed to PDF by simply selecting "print" in the browser, then "Save as PDF" in the bottom right of most printer control panels that appear.

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Cool!! It's working! Thanks!! – Hulk Dec 18 '11 at 5:20

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