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How to print to PDF in Windows 10


Print to PDF feature was available to previous versions of Windows through the use of third-party apps, and since this is such a popular feature, Microsoft decided to add native support for print to PDF.

This means that you don’t have to install any third-party applications or drivers in order to print to PDF in Windows 10.

Although many programs have the option to export the current file as PDF, that option still makes metadata and other information visible to anyone who opens that PDF file.

With print to PDF feature on Windows 10, users will get the same copy of a file in PDF format, just as if it was printed, so no metadata or other sensitive data can be revealed.

As we previously mentioned, by adding native support for print to PDF, you don’t have to use any third-party apps, and you can print to PDF from any application in Windows 10 that supports printing.


Quick Tip:

Download Adobe Acrobat Reader to access additional PDF printing options. Acrobat Reader is the number one PDF viewer software in the world.

When it comes to printing PDF documents, the tool offers plenty of useful options, including page sizing and handling, orientation, comments and forms settings, and more.

Adobe Acrobat Reader

Adobe Acrobat Reader

For additional PDF printing options use one of the best PDF viewer software, with plenty of useful features.

How do I print to PDF in Windows 10?

1. Print to PDF

  1. Press Ctrl + P to print from any application. Some applications might use a different shortcut, but if the shortcut doesn’t work, you can always use the Print option from the menu.
  2. Now you should see Microsoft Print to PDF available in list of printers. Select it.
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  3. Click the Print button and choose where you want to save your PDF file.

Printing to PDF in Windows 10 is rather natural and simple, and in order to print to PDF, you need to do the following:

As you can see, print to PDF procedure is rather straightforward and natural, and if you have printed a document before you should feel familiar with the process.



This post was written by Milan Stanojevic and was first posted to WindowsReport



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