In our project, we use the SharePoint 2010 wiki to document our solutions. We needed to export this in PDF format when releasing the solution to production, so that we could pass over a formal documentation set to the operations team, and not just refer to a constantly changing wiki, which also had a number of pages irrelevant to operations. We looked at some 3rd party solutions, such as the Wiki Publisher from Bamboo solutions, but it did not do what we wanted. Fortunately, our project manager, found a solution. We extended this a bit, to better fit our need and to create a professionally looking Word document, which we could also export to PDF, of course.
First, we added three additional fields to our Wiki library:
All these fields were added to the standard view, and we created a datasheet view for more efficient setting of these values.
Then we created a new view, called "PrinterFriendlyView" as follows:
Open this new view, and follow these steps:
Voila, your nice, professional looking PDF is ready for sending to your operations team!
The PDF will even have clickable links in the table of contents, thanks to the nice Word-to-PDF export functionaly.