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how do you save the credit reports as PDF file when you purchase them from myfico ?

Anyone adviceme please on how to save my credit reports ? I paid for them from myfico but can not figure out how to save them.

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Re: how do you save the credit reports as PDF file when you purchase them from myfico ?

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Edit:  Nevermind.  The better solution is below.

 

 



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Re: how do you save the credit reports as PDF file when you purchase them from myfico ?

Hit the print button, and then instead of selecting your printer, choose save as .pdf. Name them with the date, CRA, and where you received it from to keep yourself organized (ie: 06/30/13 TransUnion myFICO).


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Re: how do you save the credit reports as PDF file when you purchase them from myfico ?

Not all browsers have save as PDF as a feature.  If yours does not there are applications that will create a PDF printer on your computer that you can select to generate PDF's.

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Re: how do you save the credit reports as PDF file when you purchase them from myfico ?

I could not find a 'save as PDF' option, so I right-clicked on the 'printable copy' link, then selected 'save link as...', named my file, and selected 'all files' as the  type of file.  It saved beautifully to my library, and I am planning to place a copy of it on a flash drive as well.  I hope this helps, if you weren't able to find a PDF option!




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