When I use IOS print from a website On my Mac I have print to PDF button available but on my iPad I can only print to a physical printer on my wifi network. Is it possible to have the same print to PDF option on my iPad. I have a current Acrobat Pro DC subscription.
That are OS functions. Print as PDF is not handled by Adobe but by Apple on the Mac. Adobe is the inventor of the PDF format, but not all PDF files are created by Adobe products. If the "send to Acrobat" does no work, as it looks like, it's not possible. I'm currently on my iPad, with a feature equivalent subscription. I will update this if I have a solution.
Thanks for posting the issue here.
iPad uses the mobile app version downloaded from Apple Store; whereas iMac or MacBook uses the desktop version of Acrobat with Pro features.
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You didn't answer the question. The person has an I-pad and a paid subscription to Adobe Acrobat. How do they "print to pdf"?
The actual answer is that there is no “print to PDF” capability under either iOS or iPadOS, regardless of any subscription to any Adobe product. Such a capability is operating system-based and not a function of Acrobat.
Here are steps from a 2016 Mac9to5 article which I have updated to work with newer Apple devices that don't support 3D Touch. The original article can be found here: https://9to5mac.com/2016/09/18/how-to-print-to-pdf-from-iphone-and-ipad-ios-10/
Print from iOS as a PDF with the “Print to PDF” function that has been present on desktops for years. Want to try it for yourself? Use the steps below…
Brilliant workaround! Works a treat, thanks
Im still on hold with adobe support - found this answer in a google search - problems solved! Thank you!
I can see why Adobe support wouldn't know. This helpful tip doesn't use any Adobe app, it's done by Apple.
I have an open in Acrobat button simply by pinching the preview. I do not know, however, if that option is also available, if you do not have an Acrobat subscription.