How to save a PDF of a web page

Looking to save a copy of a web page? Your web browser can likely “print” the page to a PDF.

Both Windows 10 and macOS have the built-in ability to print to a PDF.

Windows users

  • Open the print menu by pressing Ctrl+P.
  • Under the “Printer” drop-down menu, select “Microsoft Print to PDF” or “Save as PDF”. (The exact wording may vary by browser.)
  • Click “Print”.
  • When prompted, choose where you want to save the file.
  • If you're on an older version of Windows that does not have the built-in Microsoft Print to PDF printer, the Google Chrome browser provides its own “Save as PDF” option.

Mac users

  • Open the print menu by pressing Command+P.
  • From the PDF drop-down menu (in the lower-left corner), choose “Save as PDF”. (In Chrome you may be able to skip this step and select “Open PDF in Preview”.)
  • When prompted, choose where you want to save the file.
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