Windows 10: 'print to pdf' location Solved

  1.    11 Apr 2018 #1

    'print to pdf' location

    if i choose to save a web page by clicking on 'print' and then choose 'microsoft print to pdf', where is the file saved? can i change the target folder? (windows 10)
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       11 Apr 2018 #2

    ydaltak said: View Post
    ...where is the file saved? can i change the target folder? (windows 10)
    Yes. You get a normal Explorer 'Save as' window and can choose the location and name of the pdf file to save to. Next time you print to pdf the 'Save as' window will open at the location you last saved to. Each app you print from remembers its own 'last saved' location, so you can set different default locations for each app you use.
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  3.    11 Apr 2018 #3

    that was easy.....thanks! good evening!
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       11 Apr 2018 #4

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