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Want to save a web page as a PDF on iPad or iPhone? Generating PDF files of webpages and web articles is now easier than ever before in. In case you haven't tried this, it is really easy to save webpages as PDF on iPhone and iPad and use them for later reading or emailing to your friends. Several ways you can save a website page as PDF document from Safari browser to iBooks, Files, Notes, and other apps on iPhone iPad.
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Examples of such apps are Garage Band, Adobe Acrobat, Nook, and the iworks suite apps pages, numbers and keynote.
Incidentally, if you are working with pdf files you may want to download the aforementioned Adobe Acrobat. Not quite.
Yes, there is a Files location named On My iMac, but it only allows creation of folders from other apps. There seems to be no way of storing a. Right, exactly.
One thing to note is that the resulting pdf file is one often long page, unlike the other methods which break the pdf into normal pages. Another more serious issue is that often the resulting file is truncated. The end of the original web page is cut off. And the first two methods, which are really one and the same except for the alternative of accessing via 3D touch or pinching to zoom depending on the device used, are available from ANY app -built in or 3rd party- that supports printing.
This includes 3rd party browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, etc. I just verified this by turning off Wi-Fi and cellular and I can still view the files, so they are certainly on my device as well as iCloud.
I learned another way to save web pages to PDF…from one of your columns! In the Sharing button window, choose the PRINT option, make an arcane swipe open gesture with thumb and forefinger, then save. The advantage is that uses the name of the web page as the name of the PDF. Still my fave way to do it.
Yeah they did make a mention of that method near the end of this article too which can also work using 3D touch instead of the zoom in gesture on an iphone 6s or later. Another advantage of that method is that it is available from ANY app that supports printing including many if not all 3rd party browsers , whereas the create pdf button is only available from Safari. Kate, this is useful.
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