There are a variety of scenarios where it’s helpful to create a PDF version of a webpage or article. While doing this on a Mac may be more widely known, there’s an easy shortcut on iOS for the functionality as well.
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It can be easy to overlook some of the options in the iOS share sheet, particularly on iPhone. And that’s exactly where you’ll find the button to create a PDF from a webpage
How to save webpages as PDFs and annotate on iPhone & iPad
- Once on the webpage or article you’d like to convert, tap the share sheet icon
- If you don’t see Create PDF, swipe from right to left over the icons like Add Bookmark, Add to Reading List, etc.
- Tap Create PDF
- Tap the markup icon if you’d like to annotate your PDF
- Tap Done in the top left corner and choose where you’d like to save the file
Here are some images of what the process looks like:
When it comes to choosing a location to save your PDF, note that you’ll need Pages or another compatible app to be able to choose the On My iPhone option.
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