How to make a PDF file from a screenshot in iOS 13
In iOS 13, screen capture has been significantly improved and improved. Now you do not need to take a bunch of screenshots of the necessary parts of the text: you can immediately export the entire article to PDF, while maintaining the ability to edit the text and click on the links. We tell you how to do it.
1. Open in Safari the page you want to save, and take a normal screenshot.
2. Click on the image preview to open the screenshot editor.
3. Select the “Entire Page” tab. Now, instead of an image, you are working with PDF. In this case, the program automatically deletes the browser interface elements.
4. Click Finish to save the document to Files, or Share to immediately send the document by mail or AirDrop.
If it’s important for you to save not the entire page, but the article, first go into reading mode, and only then follow steps 1-4. This will remove all unnecessary: advertising, comments, dice recommended articles. All that remains is text and media files.
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