As reported (opens in new tab) by MSpoweruser and first spotted by Leo Verla (opens in new tab), a new option is coming to Edge's settings menu that will enable users to add “Save as PDF” to the browser's Context Menu.
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While the content of webpages can change frequently, saving them as PDF files can be a great way to keep a copy of an article or blog post for research purposes.
Save as PDF
In a recent post (opens in new tab) on Reddit, Leo Verla showed some screenshots of Edge's new “Save as PDF” feature and explained that Microsoft has also brought back the “mini-menu and the built-in dictionary” to insider versions of its browser.
Being able to right click to save web pages as a PDF will likely save Edge users a lot of time as they previously had to use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + P to bring up the browser's print menu and choose “Microsoft Print to PDF” to do so.
While this new feature is currently available in Edge Canary Build 94.0.974.0 as part of a controlled feature rollout, it should arrive in stable versions of Microsoft's browser in the next several months.
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Via MSpoweruser (opens in new tab)