How To Save A Webpage As A Single File Using Chrome
How to Save a Web Page as a PDF in Google Chrome
Open the website using Google Chrome.Go to the webpage that you want to save. When you save a website as a PDF, all of the visible parts will be saved. In many cases, the formatting of the site will change when converted to PDF.
Click the Chrome Menu button (☰).This is located in the upper-right corner of the window.
Click "Print...".The current tab will change to the Print screen. You can also pressCtrl+P(Windows) orCmd+P(Mac). The preview of the website will appear on the right side. You will be able to see the formatting changes that printing will cause.
Select the PDF printer.ClickChange...on the left side of the Print window, in the "Destination" section. A window with all of your available printers will appear.
Select "Save as PDF".This is located in the "Local Destinations" section.
Save file on your computer.Click once you have selected "Save as PDF". You will be prompted to choose a location on your computer to save the file to, and you can rename it as well. By default, the PDF file will have the same name as the website title.
QuestionIt is important to have pdfs in my phone?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerThat depends on how often you need to access them on your phone.Thanks!
QuestionI followed every step you did, but when I went to save the web page as a PDF it only allows for 1 sheet of paper. What should I do?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerI had the same problem. Update to latest version, hopefully it will work. Then you will see an option to save in PDF file in the left side of the page.Thanks!
QuestionHow can I save the pictures that are included on the webpage?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerThe pictures should save automatically. If they don't, then you may need to look into some troubleshooting. In step 6 of this article, you'll see "Options" at the bottom with a box next to "Background Graphics." Make sure that box is checked before saving the web page.Thanks!
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