If you are reading a website that contains a lot of texts and graphics, and wanted to save it for later reading, a good way to do this is to save it as a PDF file. PDFs are files which provide an electronic image of texts and graphics while preserving the document’s original formatting. They are lightweight, convenient, and can be viewed in just about any device; you can simply read on the go, even without being connected to the Internet.
Fortunately, Google Chrome has made it easy to save PDFs, even for beginners.
- Go to website using Google Chrome. Open Google Chrome and go to the webpage that you want to save. As an example, http://www.facebook.com
- Go to “Settings.” Click the “Settings” menu at the top right of the window. The icon looks like three horizontal bars stacked on top of each other.
- Click “Print.” A new window with Print Options will appear.
- Click the “Change” button. Under the Destination section, click on the “Change” button. A new window will appear.
- Click on “Save as PDF.” This is located under the Local Destinations section. Click on “Save.”
This is very helpful to non- technical user that want to save their information as a PDF directly from chrome and all other user that use internet and save their file/information at the same time which they are needed.