Print to PDF in Windows 10

    Print to PDF in Windows 10

    How to Print to PDF in Windows 10
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    How to Print to PDF in Windows 10

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    Windows 10 allows you to Print to PDF natively using the Microsoft Print to PDF feature. Microsoft Print to PDF lets you create a PDF file of the contents of any web page or file without the need to use third-party software.

    The .pdf file created by Microsoft Print to PDF can be opened by any app that supports this format. For example, Adobe Reader, Foxit Reader, etc...

    Microsoft Edge is the default app used to open .pdf files with in Windows 10.

    This tutorial will show you how to print to PDF using Microsoft Print to PDF in Windows 10.

    Here's How:

    1. When you print (Ctrl+P) a file or from any app that supports printing, select Microsoft Print to PDF from the list of available printers, and click/tap on Print. (see screenshots below)
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    If you select more than one file to print to PDF, it will combine them in the created PDF file.

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    2. Browse to the location (ex: Documents) where you want to save the .pdf file to, type in a name you want for the .pdf file, and click/tap on Save. (see screenshot below)

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    That's it,

  1.    04 Apr 2016 #1
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    Today I learnt you can also make PDF's from multiple pages with the built-in PDF printer.

    In Windows Explorer, choose sort order (which can be a bit temperamental with actual order), then select multiple pages or images to create a multi-page PDF.

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