How can I save a web page as a PDF document (Windows and MacOS)?

Windows 10 has a built-in print-to-PDF functionality in the operating system that can be used by all applications.

To print a web page as a PDF using Windows 10 or Mac OS, simply right click on the webpage, then select ‘print’ in the menu.  Alternatively, click the 3 dot menu at the top right of the screen and select ‘print’.

A print menu screen will appear. In the ‘destination’ field choose ‘Save as PDF’. This will allow you to save the webpage as a PDF document to your computer’s desktop or another location.

In Windows 8 there’s no built-in print-to-PDF functionality, so you have to do it in other ways:


if you use Chrome, there’s a built-in PDF print. Select Print, under Destination, click Change and select Save to PDF.


To save as PDF, install an extension, e.g. Print Edit or PrintPDF

Internet Explorer

For Internet Explorer you have to install a PDF printer driver, e.g. CutePDF Writer

CutePDF can also be used in Chrome and Firefox.

Alternatively, you can use an online service where you paste the URL which is then converted to a PDF.