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Safari is a popular web browser among Mac users due to its speedy performance and streamlined design. If you're new to using Safari or want to brush up on your printing skills, this guide will walk you through the steps on how to print a web page on Safari with ease. From accessing the print menu to troubleshooting common issues, you'll learn valuable tips to help you print documents quickly and efficiently from your Mac or iOS device.

Understanding Safari's Print Options

Before you start printing, it's essential to understand the various print options available on Safari. Safari offers multiple print settings, such as paper size, orientation, and page range. Additionally, you can choose to print in color or black and white, and some printers allow double-sided printing for more eco-friendly options. Knowing these options beforehand can save you time and effort, and ensure that the final printout aligns with your intended preferences.

Accessing the Print Menu

To access the print menu, the easiest way is to select the "File" menu from the top left corner of the browser window and then select "Print." Alternatively, you can use the keyboard shortcut "Command-P" to access the print menu directly. Once there, you can customize the print settings according to your preferences.

It's important to note that the print menu may look different depending on the version of Safari you are using. However, the basic print options should be available regardless of the version.

Customizing Print Settings

If you need more control over the print settings, click the "Show Details" button in the print menu. This will reveal additional print options that allow you to specify what elements to include in the printout and how to format the content. You can select the scale to adjust the size of the content on the page, choose whether to print in color or black and white, and specify the paper size, orientation, and page range. Additionally, certain printers enable you to select the number of copies you want to print and whether you want to print single or double-sided pages.

For example, if you're printing a document with a lot of images, you might want to select the "Scale to Fit" option to ensure that all the images fit on the page. Alternatively, if you're printing a lengthy document, you might want to select the "Print Range" option to print only specific pages instead of the entire document.

Previewing the Web Page Before Printing

Previewing a document before printing can save you from printing unnecessary pages or spotting potential issues, such as cut-off text or graphics or unreadable fonts. In Safari, use the "Preview" button in the print menu to see how the web page will appear once printed. If the preview doesn't match what you had in mind, you can go back and change your print settings before sending the document to print.

Additionally, you can use the "Print Using System Dialog" option to access your printer's settings directly from the print menu. This can be particularly useful if you need to adjust advanced printer settings, such as print quality or ink usage.

Finally, if you frequently print documents from Safari, you might want to consider creating a custom print preset. This will allow you to save your preferred print settings and quickly access them in the future.

Overall, Safari's print options offer a range of customization and control, making it easy to print documents exactly how you want them.

Step-by-Step Guide to Print a Web Page on Safari

Now that you understand the basics, let's walk through the step-by-step process of printing a web page on Safari.

Open the Desired Web Page

First, open the web page that you want to print. Ensure that it is fully loaded, as printing may not capture data that loads after the initial page load. Additionally, use the zoom function to adjust the page size to ensure that everything is visible and legible in the final printout.

Access the Print Menu

Once you've opened the desired web page, access the print menu by either selecting "File" and then "Print" or using the keyboard shortcut "Command-P."

Adjust Print Settings

Customize the print settings according to your preferences. Specify the paper size, orientation, page range if necessary, and select whether to print in color or black and white. Ensure that the content scales appropriately, so it isn't cut off or shrink to an unreadable size. Additionally, select the "Preview" button to see how the final page will appear.

Preview and Print the Web Page

Once you're satisfied with the print settings and preview, select the "Print" button to send the document to your printer. Wait for your printer to finish processing the information, and then collect your printed web page. Ensure that the printout is legible and that there is no missing information.

Troubleshooting Common Printing Issues in Safari

Printing is a straightforward process, but sometimes things may not go as planned. Below are some common issues and their solutions.

Web Page Not Displaying Correctly in Print Preview

If the web page doesn't display correctly in Print Preview, there may be compatibility issues with the printer driver or an error with the web page's coding. In this case, try printing the document without previewing it beforehand.

Printer Not Responding or Not Found

If your printer isn't responding or found, make sure that it's turned on and connected to the same network as your Mac or iOS device. Additionally, update the printer software and drivers to ensure compatibility with your device. If the issue persists, restart your device and printer and try again.

Incomplete or Blank Pages Printed

If some pages appear incomplete or blank, ensure that they aren't cut off by changing the print settings to display all content on a single page. You can also try clearing your cache and cookies or resetting your browser settings if these issues persist.

Printing Web Pages on Safari for iOS (iPhone and iPad)

Safari for iOS devices allows users to print web pages similar to the macOS version. Here's how to do it:

Accessing the Print Menu on iOS

Open the web page you want to print and select the "Share" button from the bottom toolbar. Scroll down to the "Print" option and tap it to access the print menu.

Customizing Print Settings on iOS

Select the print options in the print menu, such as paper size, layout, and page range. Additionally, specify whether to print in color or grayscale, and select the number of copies you want to print.

Previewing and Printing the Web Page on iOS

Choose the "Preview" option to see how the final printout will appear. Once you're ready, tap the "Print" button to send the document to your printer. Wait for the printer to process the information and collect your printed web page.

Printing web pages on Safari is a simple process that can help you create hard copies of online information for future reference or sharing. By following the steps outlined in this guide, you can ensure that your printouts look professional and align with your intended preferences. Remember to also troubleshoot common issues, such as printer and web page compatibility, to ensure a smooth printing experience. Happy printing!

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How to print pages without ads in Safari, Firefox, and Chrome on Mac

Have you ever printed something from your web browser only to end up with 20 pages instead of two? Whether a how-to, news article, or recipe, you’re likely to see ads fill up those printed pages. But with an extra click or two, you can print webpages without ads in Safari , Firefox , and Chrome on your Mac. Here’s how.

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Follow the steps for your preferred browser.

Printing without ads is pretty simple in Safari on your Mac. Just turn on Reader Mode and then access the print menu. You’ll see a nice preview of the page ahead of time. So if there’s anything else in the mix that you don’t want to print, you can remove it.

1) If reader view is available for the page you’re viewing, you’ll see the Reading Mode icon display on the left of the address bar. Click it to enable Reader Mode.

2) In the menu bar, click File > Print .

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3) Safari gives you a preview of the page(s) you’ll be printing. Use the arrows above the preview to see each page.

4) Next to Pages in the settings, select All or for certain ranges of pages, enter the page numbers in From.

5) Hit Print and you’re set.

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In Firefox , you’ll do the same thing to print a webpage without ads. You can easily enable Reader View to print. The difference here is that you may not see a preview like with Firefox on Windows. Luckily, there’s a workaround.

1) If reading mode is available for the page, click the Reader View icon that appears on the right of the address bar.

Firefox Reader Mode and Print

3) At the bottom, click the drop-down box for PDF and select Open in Preview . You can then review each page in Preview before you send it to the printer.

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4) Click Print when you’re ready and adjust the options next to Pages if you like.

5) Hit Print once more and you’re done.

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You can print a webpage without ads in Chrome , but to mix things up a bit more, Chrome doesn’t currently offer a built-in reader view. Take a look at our tutorial for enabling reader mode in Chrome , because you do have options.

1) Depending on the reading mode method you use in Chrome, go ahead and enable it for the page you want to print.

Chrome Reader Mode and Print

3) Like Safari, Chrome provides you with a preview of the page, but only one page. If you’re fine with that, you can select your option next to Pages and hit Print . If you prefer to see a preview of each page, follow the remaining steps below.

4) Click More Settings to expand the print settings.

5) At the bottom, click Open PDF in Preview . From there, continue with Steps 4 and 5 above, just like when printing from Preview in Firefox.

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Printing a PDF isn't what it used to be.

Today’s tip is a simple one which might help some of you from going nuts trying to find hidden pricing options on your Mac. Did you ever try to print a PDF in Safari? Usually when you click on a PDF link in the browser, Safari opens it up right there. This seems great if you want to quickly print the PDF, but you should stop right there . Safari’s printing sheet, the one that opens up when you hit Command-P to print, is a cut down version of the regular one.

Even worse, the missing features are exactly the ones you’ll want to use if printing a PDF — especially if you’re printing tickets, or boarding passes.

Printing in Safari – what’s missing?

Pay attentio to the small details. Some of the most useful ones are missing.

Safari’s print dialog box is limited whatever you print, whether it’s a PDF, or a web page. But the missing features only really affect you with PDFs. Specifically, Safari’s print engine doesn’t include advanced tools for resizing the PDF to fit your paper, nor can it rotate the print job. Those might seem like small limitations, but if you find yourself searching for them, because you just know you’ve used them before, then they could drive you crazy. In Safari, you can only check a box to Scale to fit paper size . By opening up the PDF in the Preview app instead, you get way more options:

  • Print entire image.
  • Fill entire paper.
  • Arbitrary scaling (to any percentage of the original, both bigger and smaller).
  • Auto rotate.

You can also choose to include any of your notes when you print, something not really relevant to printing tickets and boarding passes, and you get better control of how multiple copies are printed. But the real advantage to using Preview to print are those layout options,

Preview takes care of everything.

I came across this problem the other day, on a friend’s older Mac. They needed to print something, but the PDF wanted to print bigger that the page we were writing it on. I knew there was a scaling option somewhere, but I couldn’t find it until I opened the same PDF up in Preview — which fixed the problem immediately.

How to quickly open a Safari PDF in Preview

The good news is that getting a PDF from Safari to Preview is easy. You just move the mouse pointer down to the bottom of the page in Safari, and wave it around a bit until this little panel pops open:

This triakcy-to-summon box will open a Safari PDF in Preview.

This panel has options to zoom the PDF, and to either save it to the Downloads folder, or to open in Preview. To do the latter, just click the Preview icon in that panel. If you have a different app set as your default PDF app, the button will open that instead (although the icon will still show the Preview app).

The Mac, and your iOS devices, all handle PDFs very well. The Mac can print pretty much anything to PDF without even touching a mouse , and doing the same on iOS is almost as easy . And now you know exactly where to go on the Mac if the print dialog isn’t behaving the way you might expect.

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Annotate a PDF in Preview on Mac

Although you can’t edit the text of a PDF in Preview, you can use the markup tools to provide feedback or write down something you want to remember. The editing tools in the Markup toolbar are ideal for collaborating—use them to suggest changes to a PDF and to respond to suggestions.

The Markup toolbar for marking up a PDF.

Open Preview for me

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Use the tools in the toolbar to mark up the PDF (or use the Touch Bar ).

Note: To save a PDF and allow annotations to be edited later, choose one of the following: File > Save, File > Export, or File > Export to PDF. (PDFs are also saved with editable annotations when they’re saved automatically.) To save a PDF and flatten annotations (so that they can’t be edited), choose File > Print, then select Save as PDF.

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Where is the "Print Preview" option for Safari on Windows?

I am unable to find a way to generate a print preview using Safari 5.0.7533.16 on Windows XP Pro SP3.

Google searches indicate that either a) there is a way to generate a print preview that I cannot find, or b) this functionality used to exist but has been removed, at least for some Windows platforms.

I know that Chrome (which also uses the WebKit engine) does not yet have a Print Preview option (according to Google, this is planned for version 6) - perhaps the possible absence of the option in Safari 5.0 is related to a hurdle in the latest WebKit involving print previews.

If anyone could shed some light on how to generate print previews in Safari on Windows, it would be much appreciated. Thanks!

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  • Have you tried Ctrl+P or Ctrl+Shift+P? –  random ♦ Aug 11, 2010 at 20:49
  • Thanks, but neither of those worked. Ctrl+P is the same as selecting "Print..." from the Safari menu, while Ctrl+Shift+P brings up the "Page Setup" window but does not offer a preview. –  Josh Aug 11, 2010 at 21:16

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Hit Alt+F to bring up the file menu, and you should then see Print Preview as your 12th option. (I do). It's a bit unfortunate that they don't make it easier to find!

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Double-click the Alt key and it should open a menu on top. Then from the "Document" dropdown menu you should see "print preview".

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How to Take a Screenshot of an Entire Webpage in Safari on a Mac

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Taking screenshots of a webpage is a normal operation for many. Perhaps it’s to capture an image for a meme, graphs for a presentation, or to send that annoying error message to a disbelieving customer service rep. Whatever the reason, some of the standard Mac screenshot options may not do the trick.

Most of us are familiar with Shift-Command-3 to capture the entire screen, or Shift-Command-4 to capture a selected portion of a screen. You may even be familiar with Shift-Command-5 to capture a single window. But what if you want to take a scrolling screen capture of an entire webpage? The aforementioned tools can’t do that – they can only capture visible areas of your screen. So, is it even possible to take a screenshot that includes a portion of a webpage you would normally need to scroll to see?

Yes, there is! But it does take a few extra steps than just executing a single keystroke combination.

Screenshot a Webpage

  • Open Safari and go to “ Safari > Preferences… “
  • Click the Advanced tab and toggle on “ Show Develop menu in menu bar .”

Safari preferences showing advanced tab

  • Navigate to the webpage you want to capture and from the Develop menu, choose “ Show Web Inspector .” Alternatively, you can hit alt-command-I (⌥⌘I).

Show Web Inspector in develop menu in safri

  • Select the Elements tab and right-click on the line that begins with “<html…”
  • Choose Capture Screenshot

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  • Give it a moment to do it’s magic, and then select a name and location to save the file.

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All done! Well, almost…

This could just be an issue I run into, but when capturing entire pages in this manner, there is a lot of empty container buffer around the image in the PNG file. You can see this in the Quick Preview of the file:

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Let’s fix that.

  • Open the file in Preview . If Preview is already your default application to open PNG files, you can simply double-click its icon.

Preview Markup icon

  • Drag the crosshairs in the empty area around the image. You’ll see the empty space selected and highlighted in red. Drag too far, and you’ll pick up the image itself. Don’t do that, we only want to select the empty area.

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  • When you let go of the mouse button, the highlighted color will disappear and be replaced with a dotted line indicating the selected area.

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  • Hit Shift-Command-I (⇧⌘I) to invert the selection.

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  • Hit Control-K (⌘K) to crop the image to the selection.
  • Now you can hit Save (⌘S) and you truly are done. One cleaned up screenshot of an entire webpage.

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OH man, Thank you so much for this post. it really helped me and saved a lot of my time.

Thanks for the helpful screen capture. I cannot get the clean up to work. The Shift+Command+I doesn’t work and I cannot get the Control+K to work. Can select the red area but that’s it.

Hoping you can help.

You show us how to capture OTHER web pages but NOT your own? That’s not cool dudes! If its not NOT for you, its not OK for anyone, right?

on Catalina, the part involving Preview to crop the image was a bit different, but I figured it out. Click on the show Markup Toolbar icon, then click on Rectangular Selection, then draw a box around the bit of interest, then click on “crop” in the toolbar. Repeat if needed. Zoom as needed.

Thanks for the insight!

Tried it on the article and when I try to pen saved .png I get message that either file is corrupted or can’t open the file format.

I ran into this also, then I quickly realized the file does not have the .png extension. Recaptured the screen and ensured when renaming the file, I added .png. Opened as a webpage though not as a preview. Still to figure out how to set preview as the default file opener for png files.

I’ve often wanted to do this. However, on this very page, while the initial steps seem to work, the resulting .png is un-openable by Preview or Pixelmator Pro or Quicklook. (“It may be damaged or use a file format that Preview doesn’t recognize.”)

File->Print->Save as PDF, and File->Export as PDF work as expected in Safari (full HTML-rendered page) with the added features of selectable text and extractable images in the PDFs (for those memes y’all). ~Tim~ macOS Big Sur, 11.4 Safari 14.1.1

Awesome tip! These are the articles that make it worthwhile to keep visiting Rocket Yard of OWC. Thanks. BTW an application to do it is Paparazzi! (but it does not work in all cases) https://derailer.org/paparazzi

I just tried that same Apple webpage with Safari 14.1.1 in OS 11.4. Went to File > Export as PDF… and bingo! Got a nice high-res 8.2MB PDF on my desktop instantly. Image is clean, no unexpected margins.

That works! Thank you!

Huh. I just tried that in Mojave with the latest Safari (14.1.2), using this webpage for the test.

I end up with a 20.6mb file ending in .PNG format, but which will not open. It’s either “damaged” or in a format that Preview can’t open.

In most other applications, this function would be easily performed using the Print button, and then Save as PDF. It is truly unfortunate that web developers have blocked the normal Print functionality on the web.

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How to Print a PDF From Your iPhone in a Few Quick Taps

You can easily make or print a PDF file in iOS from apps like Safari, Google Chrome, Gmail and Outlook.

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We use our phones for nearly everything, which means you might need to print documents from your mobile device occasionally. Whether it's a work-related report or a new recipe, sometimes it's just easier to read a hard copy rather than a digital file on your phone's tiny 6-inch screen.

Printing from your iPhone is simple, as long as you're connected to a printer that's compatible with AirPrint. Check out this support page on Apple's website for a list of printers that work with AirPrint. You can access the printing option in most email and web browser apps just by clicking the share button in iOS. You can also save a website or email as a PDF in the iPhone's Files app from this menu, too.

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Here's how to print or save web pages and emails as PDFs on your iPhone. 

How to print or save a web page as a PDF on your iPhone

First, open the website you'd like to print in your phone's web browser.

Then, tap the Share button. In most apps, this looks like a square with an arrow pointing up, as shown below. You can find this symbol on or near the search bar in Apple's Safari browser and in Google Chrome. In some apps, like Mozilla Firefox, you may need to tap a menu icon that looks three dots to find the Share option. 

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Tap the Share button to get started when printing a webpage on your iPhone.

Next, select Print. This will pull up the iPhone's print options screen, which lets you choose which printer you'd like to use and the number of copies to print among other settings. 

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The Print button in iOS lets you print a document using a compatible printer.

Press the Print button from the print options screen to send your document to the designated printer.

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Press the Print button to print out your document from your iPhone.

If you want to save the website as a PDF instead, long-press the document preview displayed below the print options.

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Press and hold on the page above to access the Share menu in print preview mode. 

This will enlarge the selected page in preview mode. Once enlarged, tap the document page to view the full file in preview mode. Then press the Share icon. 

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Press this button to launch the Share menu.

And finally, choose the Save to Files option from the list.

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Press this button to save the document as a PDF. 

How to print or save an email as a PDF on your iPhone

Open the email you'd like to print and press the Print button. In Apple's Mail app, tap the arrow near the bottom of the screen and scroll down to the Print option. In Gmail, tap the button that looks like three dots located in the sender line and then choose Print. In Outlook, you'll also need to press an icon that looks like three dots near the top of the screen and press the Print Conversation option. 

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The Print Conversation button in the Outlook email app for iOS.

From here, the steps are the same as printing a web page. Tap the Print button in the top right corner after choosing your desired print settings from the available options.

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Tapping the Print button will send this Outlook email to the designated printer.

If you want to save the email as a PDF on your phone, long-press the document preview to enlarge it. Then, tap this enlarged preview to view the full document in preview mode.

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Long-press the page above to enlarge it, and then tap it again to open the full file in a PDF preview.

Press the Share icon, which is located in the bottom left corner.

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The Share button is located near the bottom of the screen.

Press the Save to Files option.

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Press this button to save the email to the Files app. 

And that's all there is to it. For more iPhone advice, check out this list of settings you should change and tips for improving the reading experience on your iPhone .

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The Mac’s PDF viewer and editor, Preview, has a unique and simple way to print a single page (or a few random pages throughout, if you’d prefer) from a multi-page file. To play along at home, then, first open your PDF into Preview; usually, this is as simple as double-clicking on the file, but if that doesn’t work for you, you can refer to this previous tip I wrote about how to open files with different programs.

Anyway, once Preview launches, toggle the sidebar thumbnails on if they’re not already showing by using either the toolbar’s “View” button…

Toolbar Icon in Preview app on Mac

…or the associated menu command ( View > Thumbnails ).

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Afterward, click on any thumbnail in the sidebar to select it for printing. (You can also hold down Command and click to select multiple pages.)

Selecting page thumbnails in Sidebar in Preview on Mac

When you then press Command-P or choose File > Print , you’ll want to be sure you’re looking at the full print dialog, so if you see a button labeled “Show Details,” click it.

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The print window will then expand to reveal the “Selected Page(s) in Sidebar” option.

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Toggle that radio button on, click “Print,” and you’re done! Whatever page thumbnails you’d selected will be the only ones that print. I personally find using this feature easier than the typical “single page” option, available from either the simple or the detailed version of the print dialog box…

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…especially since that won’t let you print, say, pages four, twelve, and ninety-two in one go. So you can use this to print tax forms if necessary! And now that I’ve reminded myself of taxes, I’m going to go cry in a corner somewhere for a few hours.

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Trying to print a page from the web on Safari. When print preview opens it shows a blank page. I've tried to save as a PDF with the same results. This is getting frustrating. I shouldn't have to import things into preview or Adobe to print form the web. Any suggestions?

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Jul 5, 2012 8:04 AM in response to funk81

Can you post a link to the page?

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Jul 5, 2012 10:43 AM in response to funk81

Back up all data .

Quit Safari. In the Finder, select Go ▹ Go to Folder... from the menu bar, or press the key combination shift-command-G . Copy the line of text below into the box that opens, and press return :

/Library/Internet Plug-ins

From the folder that opens, remove any items that have the letters “PDF” in the name. You may be prompted for your login password. Then launch Safari and test.

If you still have the issue, repeat with this line:

~/Library/Internet Plug-ins

If you don’t like the results of this procedure, restore the items from the backup you made before you started. Relaunch Safari again.

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Jan 30, 2013 9:47 PM in response to Linc Davis

This solved my problem instantly. I had only two Plug-ins with PDF in their names, which I put into the Trash. When I re-opened Safari, I could print from it. Thank you very much.

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Just to say this worked for me as well and to thank you guys - so often I puzzle for ages over a problem and I have always found help through the forum.🙂

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Aug 9, 2013 1:10 PM in response to Linc Davis

I tried this method but it didn't work. I removed both AdobePDFviewer. plugin and another file with PDF in the name.

Now I cant even view my PDF on Safari 😟 then i tired to put back AdobePDFviewer (the other file I deleted was not in trash for some reason) and it is still not work, I still cannot view PDF

Please help... thank you.

Aug 9, 2013 1:28 PM in response to leahhy

I just want to say that it worked after I removed AdobePDFviewer again and restarted my computer.

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Thank you, Linc Davis. After months and many hours of dealing with this frustration, I came across your suggestion and it worked! I am dancing!

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Nov 5, 2013 12:25 PM in response to funk81

Works as advertised, so far so good. Thanks so much.

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Thanks, this did the job. Will I have issues with Adobe Acrobat or Creative Suite with these plug-ins gone?

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Wow, what an effective piece of advice. I did as suggested and "bingo," it worked! Thank you!

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This worked for me as well. Thanks for the good advice.

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Apple's highly anticipated Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is just on the horizon, and the tech world is abuzz with excitement as Apple gears up to unveil its latest advancements in artificial intelligence (AI). With recent news of Apple's collaboration with OpenAI and its keen interest in Google's Gemini model, speculation is rife about the company's AI strategy.

Renowned Apple analyst Mark Gurman , in a recent report for Bloomberg, has shed light on what to expect from the upcoming iOS 18 update, which is slated to be released initially as a Beta or Preview version before its official rollout later in September. This soft launch strategy suggests that Apple's AI innovations may still be in the oven, not quite ready for prime time.

While Apple has been playing catch-up in the AI race, the company is gearing up for a significant leap forward this year to rival the likes of Google and Samsung. While Google has been making waves with its AI endeavors, including recent shifts towards image generation and comprehensive AI summaries, Apple is approaching its AI evolution with careful consideration.

Gurman notes that the AI features expected in iOS 18 are not yet fully developed. However, there is much speculation about how AI will power core iOS apps such as Safari, Notes, Messages, and Siri. Among the anticipated features are voice memo transcription, enhanced Spotlight capabilities, and intelligent email and text suggestions.

One particularly intriguing development is Apple's reported work on generative AI for emojis , allowing users to create custom emojis tailored to any occasion. This could potentially revolutionize emoji usage, offering users a whole new level of personalization beyond Apple's existing catalog of options.

As WWDC approaches, the question remains: how will Apple showcase these AI features, especially given the delay in their development? Will Apple be able to catch up with leading brands, or does it still have significant ground to cover in the AI race? Only time will tell as Apple steps out of the shadows and unveils its plans for the future.

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