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How to Save Webpage and Print as PDF in Edge Android

We can configure the online printers or Wi-Fi Direct enabled printers on our mobile phones. Microsoft Edge for Android has a printing feature that will automatically detect the connected printer on your device for printing directly from your phone. Alternatively, you can also choose the Print as PDF option to save the file locally.

If you find any topic or article exciting and want to read it in your free time, it’s a good idea to keep it downloaded offline or edge print to PDF.

The benefit of printing in PDF is that you can happily share it with your friends or family using your favorite communication app. The PDF files are also viewable in any device’s browsers and apps.

A few days back, my friend called me and shared an interesting blog he read on a site in Edge browser. I then asked him to share the PDF of that blog which he could not download in PDF form. So, I helped him get that webpage downloaded, and later, he sent me the same.

I print the webpage as a PDF to share with my family and friends. I do that with any helpful information that requires personal account access — for example, a Facebook post. Then, I quickly print the Facebook post along with the comments and share the beneficial information with my close ones who do not have access to Facebook.

You can also download a webpage to keep an offline reading in Edge android, but this downloaded page cannot be shared.

Print and Save as a PDF

The Edge browser on the android phone helps in printing a webpage. You can easily switch to edge Print to PDF as an output file within the printing options.

Here are the steps on how to print from Microsoft Edge Browser:

  1. Launch the Microsoft Edge app on Android.
  2. Open the Website Page that you want to be printed in PDF.
  3. Tap on the Share icon in the bottom bar.
  4. Select the Print option from the list of options.
  5. From the printer’s drop-down, select the Print as PDF option.
  6. Please tap on the PDF icon to save it as PDF.
    Print and Save as PDF in Edge Android
  7. Choose the location in your storage to save the PDF file.
  8. Hit on the Save button.

The webpage will be converted and saved as a PDF file in your local storage. You can use your file manager app to access and view the PDF file in the reader.

Most PDF reader supports the sharing feature. Hence, you can also share the PDF file via any communication app installed on your mobile device.

Video Demo: Print as PDF in Edge Android

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How to Save Webpage and Print as PDF in Edge Android?

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Bottom Line: Edge Android Print as PDF

The Edge browser for android smartphones can help you print a website page and save it as a PDF file. This PDF file will open in any normal PDF reader. One can use this PDF file as an offline reading in edge android.

I use the edge print to PDF for various purposes since it helps me go through data offline, and also, the print-outs can be shared with the ones who do not have access to the same. Hence, Microsoft edge saves pages as PDFs is a brilliant feature. When you have the page in PDF format, you can print it out later and mark the informative points using an online PDF highlighter.

After my friend learned to save web pages in PDF formats, he always saved the informative pages and sent the PDFs to me, which are very easy to read. Even I share web pages in similar formats with my family and friends.

Similarly, we can utilize the Edge computer’s printing option to print and save as PDF. You can also modify the printing options and preview the print before saving the webpage as a PDF.

Do you use the edge print and save it as a PDF option on Edge Android? What do you often save as PDF files?

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