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I have this url : http://prepaid-data-sim-card.wikia.com/wiki/China and wish to download as an offline document. How do I do that ?. I am taking that there is no wifi access in the place I intend to visit in China and hence this article would be useful to refer to as a 'offline document'.

I hope the question is clear enough for someone to assist me. Thank you

  • I've seen your edit and voted for reopening. Crucial documents like this, however, are better served printed physically, the way I see it. – Andy Yan Apr 24 '17 at 8:40
  • Agreed with Andy, if I really wanted it digital I would probably print it to PDF and use that file. – Matthew Read Apr 24 '17 at 17:02
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I had another workaround; since you want to convert this url to pdf, you could make use of the UrlToPdf application from playstore.

It converts a webpage to a pdf document document​ (similar functionality to Adobe Acrobat pdf extension for chrome) and stores it offline

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Chrome has a download as offline feature in the side menu, for downloading sites as offline sites.

download option

Screenshot (click image for larger variant)

  • I think this is also another good workaround as long cache is not deleted, and definitely worth a try. – xavier_fakerat Apr 26 '17 at 10:55

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