How to Save a Page as a PDF on Chrome.

There are an estimated 2.65 billion global internet users who use Google Chrome as their primary browser. On this page we’ll explain how to save a page from Google Chrome as a PDF, to be accessed and shared later.

Continue reading to find out how to save a webpage as a PDF on Chrome.

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What you’ll learn.



Quick list: how to save a Chrome webpage as a PDF.


Follow these steps to saving a Chrome webpage to PDF.


  1. Select the webpage. Visit the webpage you want to convert. Click the More Options icon in the top right-hand corner of your screen.
  2. Select Print from the subsequent drop-down menu.
  3. Change the destination location from your printer to Save as PDF and you can then choose where to store your newly PDF-formatted webpage.

In detail: saving a Chrome webpage as a PDF step by step.


1. Navigate to the webpage that you would like to download/convert into a PDF. 

2. Click on the More Options icon in the top right-hand corner of the screen to open a drop-down menu of options. This look like three dots. Left click on the Print command.

3.    The print preview page will then pop-up on your screen, in the Destination tab the name of your nearest connected printer will most likely be displayed. If it is, left-click this tab and change the Destination to Save as PDF.

4.    After selecting this option, the blue icon in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen that says Print will change to Save. Click this button and you will then be prompted to name your new PDF and choose a location for it as shown below.

5.     Save your new PDF ensuring that in the Save as type drop-down menu you select Adobe Acrobat Document (*.pdf). Then after saving to check that your new PDF has downloaded correctly, locate the document, and open it with Adobe Acrobat DC.

6.     You have successfully saved a webpage as PDF on Chrome. Now you can edit, combine, organise, redact, protect, compress, sign and add comments to the document using Adobe Acrobat Document Cloud.

Benefits of converting a Chrome webpage to a PDF.

Now that you know how to save webpages as PDF on Chrome, you can begin to reap the benefits.


  • Remote working. If you are often working on the go, finding a reliable Wi-Fi network to connect to can be problematic. By downloading the webpages you need in PDF, you can access to everything you need on your laptop without having to worry about connecting to Wi-Fi.
  • Smoother presentations. When you’re presenting something to a large audience in the workplace, there is a lot of pressure to get things just right. You want your slides and all your information to look sleek and professional, as well as being informative and helpful. Saving a webpage as a PDF allows you to effortlessly edit the document on Adobe Acrobat, which means you can lift infographics, charts, and quotes seamlessly.
  • Quicker editing. If you download information from a webpage as a PDF, you can use Adobe Acrobat’s editing tools to adapt and annotate them.


Find answers to questions around saving webpages as PDFs here.

How do I save a specific webpage?


If you want to save one page rather than multiple, there’s an easy way to do that. Before clicking Save, click on the Pages link underneath Destination and type in the exact page or pages that you would like to save in PDF format.

How do I save webpages as PDFs?

The individual steps to save a webpage as PDF on Safari, Mozilla and Internet Explorer may be slightly different from one another, but the basic principles still apply. To save a webpage as PDF you will need to navigate to the Print Menu where you can change the destination from your printer to Save as PDF.

Can I save a Chrome webpage to PDF on mobile?

To save webpages to PDF on mobile smoothly, download the Adobe Acrobat app beforehand

Related Acrobat content.


Need more than webpage to PDF Chrome advice from Adobe Acrobat? Check out these other handy user guides.

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