Print preview is a great feature, following the new Google Chrome’s new settings interface, that not only makes it easier to preview the content you are about to print, but you also have the ability to use the option Print to PDF from the Destination drop-down menu (where you would usually go to change the print source). 

The benefits to print to PDF are abundant, for example, the more obvious are to save paper and ink, it saves money and the environment, and having a file instead of a piece of paper makes it better when you need to share. Furthermore, you can use Print to PDF when you need to print some content and there is not a print available. You can save it and print it later — no extensions needed! –. The easiest way to get to Print preview is by typing in your Google Chrome address bar: chrome://print.


Additionally you can choose to print to Microsoft XPS Document Writer (Windows only), a document format very similar to PDF that was developed by Microsoft, which will later became standard ECMA-388 by Ecma International. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.