If you are one of those who frequent work with PDF files, you will probably want to print documents, email messages or web page you are viewing on your iPhone to PDF. In reality, you can print almost anything to a PDF file on your iPhone and iPad, and all it takes is using the “Print to PDF feature” that has been available on iPhone and iPad for a while.
In this step-by-step guide, we will walk you through the steps print to PDF from almost any app on your iPhone or iPad.
Steps to print to PDF from almost any app on your iPhone or iPad
As mentioned above, you can print nearly anything you are viewing on your iPhone or iPad to a PDF file. In this post, we are going to print a web page to a PDF file from Safari on your iPhone or iPad. Here is how you can do that.
Step one: First off, you need to launch Safari from your home screen and then head to a webpage you want to print to PDF
Step two: Next up, you now need to tap on the Share button located at the bottom of the screen to bring up the Share sheet
Step three: From here, you simply need to tap on the Print button. Once you are done, you should see a preview page of the document you are about to print to PDF.
- If you now have an iPhone with 3D Touch support, you simply need to perform a 3D Touch firm press on the preview of the document to access the Print to PDF screen
- If you now have an older iPhone, just put two fingers into the preview page and spread them out on the screen.
Step four: Once you are done, a new preview window will show up and let you know what the webpage will look like when printed to PDF. You now simply need to hit the Share icon located at the bottom-left corner of the screen
Step five: Select how you want to save your PDF file. There are several options to pick from including Google Drive, Outlook, iBooks and more
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