I wrote recently (at http://goo.gl/sgdNkd) about getting organized and going paperless. There are numerous ways of digitizing and organizing the many things in your life you wish to save and then be able to quickly retrieve when needed. I often save email messages and all sorts of scanned paper documents as PDF files. That's easy to do with Macintosh's built-in PDF creation software but not so easy with Windows. Several third-party software companies provide software that adds PDF creation capabilities to Windows. Another option is to use Google Chrome's built-in PDF writer so you can easily convert any email message into a PDF file within the browser itself. However, there is an easier method that works with email messages and web pages: forward the message to PDF Convert.
PDF Convert is a service that'll turn anything you email them into a PDF in a matter of minutes. It is very easy to use: forward the original email message to email@example.com and the service will send a PDF version of the message back to you within a few seconds. If there are any Word, Excel or Powerpoint attachments inside the mail, you can forward the files to firstname.lastname@example.org and they’ll come back to you as an attached file in PDF format. Of course, you can save that attached PDF file anyplace you wish on your hard drive or flash drive or in the cloud.
You may also use the service to retrieve web pages as PDFs. Just send the web address (URL) of the page in the body of the email message to email@example.com and the service will send you the full page in PDF format.
This also allows mobile devices to have a "print to PDF" feature in many circumstances.
Simple. The PDF Convert service is free and you do not even have to create an account or supply any information about yourself. The service is available to you right now. You can learn more at https://pdfconvert.me/.