How to save web pages as PDF in Google Chrome

PDF (Portable document format) is a file format developed by Adobe Systems in 1993 for the exchange of digital documents. The PDF format is used to represent two-dimensional documents that contain text, letters, images, and two-dimensional vector graphics. Acrobat 3D’s PDF capabilities include reading three-dimensional documents. PDF has been the ISO standard since July 1, 2008 with the code ISO 32000-1: 2008.

When it was first introduced in 1993, the use of PDF formatted documents was relatively low. At that time, software for creating PDF documents (Adobe Acrobat) and software for reading (Acrobat Reader, now Adobe Reader) were commercially available and were not distributed free of charge. Historic early versions of PDF did not support external linking, making it less integrated Worldwide web, and the large enlargement of the PDF file for the data packets sent slows down the download (download) with the current modem speed.

Another reason PDF was less popular at the time was that the PDF file format had to compete with other formats such as Envoy, Common Ground Digital Paper, and PostScript (.ps) in terms of use. PostScript is a format also created by Adobe and some of its functions are implemented in PDF. For those of you who want to save web pages as PDF files in Google Chrome, follow these steps.

Remarks: The browser that Google Chrome uses.


1. Click on the three-point symbol in the upper right corner – Click on “Print”.

2. Click “Change” – Select it and click “Save as PDF”.

3. Click on “Save”.

This is a tutorial on how to save a webpage as a PDF in Google Chrome. Hope it’s useful.

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