How To Save Webpage As PDF File On Chrome And Microsoft Edge

How To Save Webpage As PDF File On Chrome And Microsoft Edge

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Sometimes, users may require a webpage to be available for access offline without going through searching it on a web browser. Instead, it’s better to have a digital copy of that particular webpage on your PC so that you can access it to read or review purposes anytime you want even without a proper Internet connection.

In this regard, there is a feature that browsers like Google Chrome and the new Microsoft Edge offers; which allows users to save a webpage as a PDF on your PC. This feature lets you convert and download a particular webpage on your PC in .pdf format in its entirety. This way, you can always access that webpage without net connection.

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Let’s learn more about saving a webpage as a PDF:

How to Save a Webpage as a PDF on Google Chrome?

Step 1: Open Google Chrome.

Step 2: Navigate through the webpage you wish to save as a PDF file.

Save a Webpage as a PDF on Google Chrome

Step 3: Once you’ve selected the page, click on the vertical ellipses button [three-dot button] on the top-right corner of the page.

Step 4: Click on the Print button from the options given in the drop-down menu.

Save as a PDF

Step 5: A print window will pop-up. Head to the Destination menu.

Step 6: Click on the drop-down button and select the option – Save as PDF.

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Step 7: Keep the Pages settings to All to download the webpage in its entirety.

Step 8: Change the Layout of the PDF file, though that’s just optional.

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Step 9: Click on the Save button at the bottom of the window.

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Step 10: The Save As dialog will appear, where you can set the destination folder for saving the concerned page as PDF.

Step 11: Click Save and confirm the file download.

Note. The above process also works the same way for Mac computers if you as a Mac user prefer to use Chrome as your browser for everyday web activities.

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How to Save a Webpage as a PDF on Microsoft Edge?

The process for saving a webpage as a PDF on Microsoft Edge is the same as in Google Chrome, besides difference in interface and a step or two. Follow these steps to save a webpage as a PDF file on Edge:

Step 1: Open Microsoft Edge.

Step 2: Navigate through the webpage you wish to save as a PDF file.

Step 3: Once you’ve selected the page, click on the horizontal ellipsis button [three-dot button] on the top-right corner of the page.

Step 4: Click on the Print button from the options given in the drop-down menu.

print webpage and save

Step 5: A print window will pop-up. Head to the Printer menu.

save as pdf option

Step 6: Click on the drop-down button and from the options below, select – Save as PDF.

Step 7: You can change the orientation or Layout of the PDF from Portrait to Landscape. However, this step is optional.

Step 8: Keep the Pages settings to All to download the webpage in its entirety.

page layout

Step 9: Click on the Print button at the bottom of the window.

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Step 10: The Save As dialog will appear, where you can set the destination folder for saving the concerned page as PDF.

Step 11: Click Save and confirm the file download.

Note. The above process also works the same way for Mac computers if you as a Mac user prefer to use Microsoft Edge as your browser for everyday web activities.

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Saving a webpage as a PDF file on Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome browsers is very easy, and the process comes very handily in case you are into research work. It can be especially helpful to students who can save scholar papers and journals for academic purposes or for professionals who can save such webpages for a variety of research reasons.

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