Save to PDF
When you click the “Print” button on one of the pages on our Station Alerting website, you may wish to save the page as a PDF instead of sending it to the printer. Here’s how!
If you’re using the Chrome browser on Mac, Windows, or Linux, it’s easy to save a print page as a PDF. Open any web page inside Google Chrome, press Ctrl+P (or Cmd+P if you are on a Mac) to open the Print dialog.
In Windows or Linux, change the destination printer to “Save as PDF:”
Hit the Print button and the current web page will instantly download as a PDF document. Simple!
On a Mac, click “Open PDF in Preview:”
Your document will open as a PDF in the Preview app. Go to File > Save and save the PDF document to your computer.
Mac OS X
If you’re on a Mac, but you’re not using Chrome, it’s still very easy to save as a PDF. Open the page inside Safari or Firefox, and press Cmd+P (or go to File > Print). You’ll be presented with a print dialog – it may look slightly different, depending on which browser you use:
Click the PDF dropdown in the lower-left corner, and select “Save as PDF” or “Open PDF in Preview.” From there, you can save the PDF document to your computer.
Print-to-PDF is included in Windows 10, and it’s very simple to use. Open up your desired page in any browser, and press Ctrl + P (or go to File > Print). You’ll be shown a prompt to select a destination for the print. Select “Microsoft Print to PDF:”