Entity Print allows you to print any Drupal entity (Drupal 7 and 8) or View (Drupal 8 only) to PDF.

The module is lightweight compared to other modules like the Print module, has full test coverage and is ready to be used in production for both D7 and D8.

Documentation

Drupal 7 Quick Start

  1. Ensure wkhtmltopdf is installed.
  2. Visit the URL: example.com/entityprint/[entity_type]/[entity_id] (for example, /entityprint/node/1 )
  3. Set the appropriate permissions to allow various roles to access the printed entity

More in depth docs for Drupal 7

Drupal 8 Quick Start

  1. Ensure you have composer installed and are using the drupal.org packagist.
    curl -sS https://getcomposer.org/installer | php -- --install-dir=/usr/local/bin --filename=composer
    composer config repositories.drupal composer https://packages.drupal.org/8
  2. Run composer require "drupal/entity_print 2.x" in the site docroot

For entities:

  1. Position the "View PDF" field on "Manage Display" to place a link to the PDF version of the entity.
  2. Visit an entity with the field enabled and click the "View PDF" link
  3. Set the appropriate permissions to allow various roles to access the printed entity

For views:

  1. Add the "Global: Print" plugin to the header or footer of the view
  2. Set the appropriate permissions to allow various roles to access the printed view

More in depth docs for Drupal 8

Drupal 8-x-2.x (Recommended branch)

The 2.x branch in Drupal 8 has generic support for PDF, EPub, Word documents and more. It is currently under active development. We welcome testers and issue reports. More information on PDF engine support.

Supporting organizations: 
Ongoing development
Initial development

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