The Google Chrome print dialog is well equipped with options, providing you with a preview of the document you want to print, allowing you to choose which pages to print, and letting you change the layout and margins of your document. This new feature of Google makes life easy
Save A Web Page As PDF To Local Drive
When you’re on a web page that you want to save as a PDF file, Press Ctrl+P (For Mac OS X its Command key+P)to open Chrome’s print dialog. In the left panel, you will see ‘Destination’. Click the ‘Change’ button and chose the ‘Save as PDF’ option. The confirmation box at the top of the left column will still read ‘Print’ but the action button will change from ‘Print’ to ‘Save’. The PDF is saved to your local hard drive and while not all design aspects of a web page may render correctly, the output file is of an overall decent quality. The title of the web page serves as the document title, and the URL is added to the footer.
This new feature is cool.Isn’t it?