Overthe last couple of years, I basically use Dropbox for sharing recipes. I have collected some of the best ones that I have tried. If anyone needs a recipe, I may have one - tried and true. Just ask.
Unfortunately, I still can't figure out how to easily save an on line recipe to Dropbox without having to cut and paste it into Word, saving it on my Desktop and then uploading it to Dropbox. If anyone can let me know if there is an easier way. please let me know.
My laptop came loaded with a printer called Microsoft Print to PDF. You can also download a print to pdf app. I usually print to pdf directly from the recipe website using the website print recipe option and the Microsoft Print to PDF printer. When the pdf is created by the print function, save it directly to Dropbox.
You got to try the paper. It's so easy. I save every recipe I cook into it. I use my phone when I cook. I highlight the address copy it and then paste into paper along with comments on how to improve who liked it etc.
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