Windows 10 is the new player in the world of operating systems. Not only did it come with a makeover, but it also brought along some long needed features like Cortana and Microsoft Edge to name a few.
Also, now Windows 10 support PDF files natively. This means you don’t need any PDF reader software or tool to open the PDF files in Windows 10.
Another very interesting and much-needed feature that Windows 10 brought to us is a dedicated PDF drives which allow you to save web pages without the help of a third party app. This mean that you don’t have to open a link in Chrome or Mozilla Firefox or any third party browser to save a web page in PDF format. You can now do it from Microsoft Edge itself.
Our article today teaches you exactly how to do that. So let’s get to it.
How to save a web page as PDF file in Microsoft Edge
- Launch Microsoft Edge and proceed to the link you want to save as a PDF file.
- Once the webpage is fully loaded, press the “Ctrl+P” keys on your keyboard. This will open the Print dialogue box.
- In the Microsoft Edge print dialogue box, select the “Microsoft Print to PDF” option under the “Printer” menu from the left-hand side panel.
- Note that doing this will save all the pages of the webpage. If you want to save a particular page, choose the page from the “Pages” drop-down menu in the left-hand side panel.
- Next, click on the “Print” button at the bottom. This will open the Save dialogue box where you will have to decide the file’s name and location to be stored in. Then click on the “Save” button and your file will be saved.
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