How to print from Edge for Windows 10

How do I print web pages in Edge?

Microsoft Edge features all of the standard print tools for creating copies of web pages; those important stories and official forms can be physically printed on your printer, or they can be converted to PDF for further editing. Here's everything you need to know about printing from Edge for Windows 10.

A look at Edge's print settings

For anyone unfamiliar with printing from the web, here's a look at the print settings in Edge.

Main print settings

  • Printer: Choose which printer you'd like to use.
  • Orientation: Choose from Portrait or Landscape.
  • Copies: Choose how many full copies of the printing job you want to be printed.
  • Pages: Choose from all pages, the current page shown in the preview, or page range. You can specify the range yourself by typing, for example, 5-7.
  • Scale: Change how large you'd like text and images to appear.
  • Margins: Set how wide or narrow you'd like the margins to be on printed pages.
  • Headers and footers: Toggle on and off. When on, the article's title, the website, and the page number will be displayed at the top of the page, while the URL and date will be displayed at the bottom of the page.

For more settings, click More settings near the bottom of the print window.

Edge extra print settings

  • Collation: Choose from collated or uncollated. Collated print jobs involving multiple copies will print in sequence, making it easier for physical distribution and binding. Uncollated print jobs with multiple copies will print out of sequence, i.e. four copies of page one, then four copies of page two, etc.
  • Pages per sheet: Choose how many pages you want to see on each sheet of paper. Scaling will occur.
  • Paper size: Choose the paper size you're currently using in your printer.
  • Paper type: Choose the type of paper you're currently using in your printer.
  • Paper tray: Choose which tray on your printer to use.

Edge extra settings

How to print a webpage

First things first; here's how to print a page as-is in Edge.

  1. Launch Edge from your Start menu, taskbar, or desktop.
  2. Navigate to a webpage you want to print.
  3. Click the More button in the top-right corner of the window. It looks like •••

    Navigate to a webpage. Click the More button.

  4. Click Print. In lieu or steps 3 and 4, you can also use the Ctrl + P keyboard shortcut, or you can right-click the page and click Print.
  5. Click Print when you're satisfied with the settings.

    Click Print. Click Print.

How to print a webpage in reading view

If you don't want to see ads or unnecessary styling on your printed pages, Edge allows you to print from reading view.

  1. Launch Edge from your Start menu, taskbar, or desktop.
  2. Navigate to a webpage you want to print.

    Launch Edge. Navigate to a webpage.

  3. Click the Reading view button. It looks like an open book and is located to the right of the URL.
  4. Click the More button in the top-right corner of the window. It looks like •••

    Click the reading view button. Click the More button.

  5. Click Print. In lieu or steps 3 and 4, you can also use the Ctrl + P keyboard shortcut, or you can right-click the page and click Print.
  6. Click Print when you are satisfied with the settings.

    Click Print. Click Print.

How to print to PDF

Want to turn a web page into a PDF and save it on your PC? No problem. Here's how to do it.

  1. Launch Edge from your Start menu, taskbar, or desktop.
  2. Navigate to a webpage you want to convert to PDF.

    Launch Edge. Navigate to a webpage.

  3. Click the More button in the top-right corner of the window. It looks like •••
  4. Click Print. In lieu or steps 3 and 4, you can also use the Ctrl + P keyboard shortcut, or you can right-click the page and click Print.

    Click the More button. Click Print.

  5. Click the dropdown arrow beneath Printer.
  6. Click Microsoft Print to PDF.

    Click the dropdown arrow. Click Microsoft Print to PDF.

  7. Click Print when you are satisfied with the settings.
  8. Choose a location to save the PDF.

    Click Print. Choose a save location.

  9. Type a name for the PDF.
  10. Click Save.

    Type a filename. Click Save.

How to send a page to OneNote

Want to insert an entire web page into a OneNote document? Here's how:

  1. Launch Edge from your Start menu, taskbar, or desktop.
  2. Navigate to a webpage you want to send to OneNote.
  3. Click the More button in the top-right corner of the window. It looks like •••

    Navigate to a webpage. Click the More button.

  4. Click Print. In lieu or steps 3 and 4, you can also use the Ctrl + P keyboard shortcut, or you can right-click the page and click Print.
  5. Click the dropdown arrow beneath Printer.

    Click Print. Click the dropdown arrow.

  6. Click Send to OneNote 2016.
  7. Click Print when you are satisfied with the settings. OneNote will open automatically.

    Click Send to OneNote 2016. Click Print.

  8. Click a location within OneNote to insert the webpage.
  9. Click OK.

    Click a location. Click OK.

How to print to XPS

XPS is Microsoft's version of PDF that they introduced way back in the Vista days. Haven't heard of it before? No worries. It isn't wildly popular. Support remains if you'd like to turn a web page into an XPS document.

  1. Launch Edge from your Start menu, taskbar, or desktop.
  2. Navigate to a webpage you want to convert to PDF.

    Launch Edge. Navigate to a webpage.

  3. Click the More button in the top-right corner of the window. It looks like •••
  4. Click Print. In lieu or steps 3 and 4, you can also use the Ctrl + P keyboard shortcut, or you can right-click the page and click Print.

    Click the More button. Click Print.

  5. Click the dropdown arrow beneath Printer.
  6. Click Microsoft XPS Document Writer.

    Click the dropdown arrow. Click Microsoft XPS Document Writer.

  7. Click Print when you are satisfied with the settings.
  8. Choose a location to save the XPS.

    Click Print. Choose a location.

  9. Type a name for the XPS.
  10. Click Save.

    Type a filename. Click Save.

Do you still print?

Have you given up printing once and for all? Do you still like to keep physical copies of important documents? Let us know in the comments section!