Q. How do I save a webpage so I can print and read it when I am not online?

Answer

Saving a webpage as a PDF allows you to access the page when you are offline. A PDF can be easily printed, shared, and referred back to when you are studying and taking notes or collecting research for a writing assignment. A PDF also provides a permanent document of a webpage, just in case the webpage is significantly changed or deleted.

 

Chrome:

  1. Select the ellipsis icon (the three dots) in the top right. Then select Print... from the drop-down menu.

           The Chrome menu.

  1. Select the down-arrow next to Destination. Choose Save as PDF. Then, click Save and save the PDF to the desired location on your PC or USB drive.

           the Chrome print menu.

 

Firefox:

  1. Select the menu button icon (the three lines) in the top right. Then select Print... from the drop-down menu.

           The Firefox options menu.

  1. Select the down-arrow under Destination. Choose Save as PDF. Then, click Save and save the PDF to the desired location on your PC or USB drive.

           The Firefox print menu.

 

Edge:

  1. Select the ellipsis icon (the three dots) in the top right. Then select Print from the drop-down menu.

          The Edge options menu.

  1. Select the down-arrow under Printer. Choose Save as PDF. Then, click Save and save the PDF to the desired location on your PC or USB drive.

          The Edge print menu.

  • Last Updated Aug 16, 2021
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  • Answered By Abbie Gettys

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