Sometimes you come across pages so packed with valuable information and ideas that you intuitively know you’ll be coming back to them often. Bookmarking a page is considered a great way to keep a supply of such pages. However, websites are not static. So you need another way to get around this.

This is where saving your web pages as PDF files can be helpful. Once you have saved the web page as a PDF file, you will have with you all the important information such as texts, hyperlinks and other multimedia documents that you can access later. Let’s see how to download the webpage in PDF format immediately.



Depending on which browser you are currently using, there are different ways of doing this. First, let’s see how you can do this in Chrome, one of the most popular browsers on Windows PCs.

Save your webpage as a PDF file in Chrome

To download a webpage as a PDF file in Chrome, follow these steps:

  • Once you’re on the webpage you want to download as a PDF, click Settings on the top right menu (the three dots) and click To print…
  • The print dialog opens. set target on Save as PDFand click to protect.
  • Choose a location to save the PDF file, and then click to protect Button.

save chrome page as pdf

When you do this, your webpage will be saved as a PDF. Interestingly, you can change the web page settings before saving it as a PDF. Just click More Settings and you’ll see options like paper size, scaling, margins, etc., which you can then change.

On Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge is the default web browser on Windows. While it doesn’t have the same number of users as Chrome, it’s popular with Windows users. If you’re one of those users, here’s how to save your webpage files to PDF on Windows.

  • Click on the three dots in the upper right corner. Alternatively, press the CTRL+P under Windows, or the Command + P Keys on Mac.
  • In the Print dialog box, change the settings you want, and then click to protect. Choose a location where you want to save your files, then click to protect.

Save website as pdf on edge

Your web page is successfully saved as a PDF file.

Saving a webpage as PDF in Firefox

If you care about privacy, chances are you’re using Firefox. Follow these steps to save your web pages as PDF files in Firefox:

  1. Click on the application menu in the upper right corner and select To print…
  2. Now set the target as Save as PDF and click to protect.

Saving a webpage as pdf in firefox

That’s it. When you do this, your web page will be saved as a PDF file on your PC.

Saving a web page as a PDF file on a Windows PC

Keeping a copy of your webpage in PDF format can help you when you want to quickly search for something offline. It can also be useful if you want to keep the original information on the page, as web pages can be edited.

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