Full Site Search  
Wed Aug 23, 2017 21:09:22 IST
PostPostPost Trn TipPost Trn TipPost Stn TipPost Stn TipAdvanced Search
How can I save e-ticket in PDF format?  
3 Answers
Oct 18 2011 (17:20)
Ticket Booking/E-Ticketing

Entry# 809     
How can I save e-ticket in PDF format?

Oct 18 2011 (17:01)
Blog Post# 260235-0     
atulyadeepm   Added by: Kishor*^~  Oct 18 2011 (17:20)
I have been procuring e-tickets for my children who are studying in different cities.
Earlier I would book a e-ticket for them, save it as a Word Document and e-mail to them for travel.
Now IRCTC web site does not allow a right click, so the ticket cannot be saved in any way and e-mailed to them.
Which means that I have to
take a print out and send the same to them through some other means which involve unnecessary cost and time.
Can you please suggest a way out.

Oct 22 2011 (02:24)
Blog Post# 260235-51     
Alok Pratap Singh   Added by: moderator*^~  Oct 22 2011 (10:04)
Install Microsoft One Note 2007 on your PC. While taking the printout of the ticket, select the printer as Microsoft One Note in the print dialog box. Click PRINT. Now Onenote opens and you can see your ticket there. Now you can copy, convert it into pdf by saving in .pdf format or any other just like in word.

Oct 22 2011 (09:59)
Blog Post# 260235-57     
Guest: 186025d5   Added by: moderator*^~  Oct 22 2011 (10:04)
There are 2 ways to achieve this.
1. Google chrome gives you an option to Print to PDF, when you click on Print ERS button. Make sure you use the latest Google chrome.
2. There are softwares that allow you to print (convert) a page into a PDF. This option comes as one of the printers, when you click on Print. Eg: CutePDF writer.
Scroll to Top
Scroll to Bottom

Go to Desktop site
Disclaimer: This website has NO affiliation with the Government-run site of Indian Railways. This site does NOT claim 100% accuracy of fast-changing Rail Information. YOU are responsible for independently confirming the validity of information through other sources.