How to Print PDF on iPad
Do you need to print the PDF eBooks on your iPad as hardcover books? If so, you can achieve your goal within a few taps. You might have already known that besides reading PDF, iBooks is capable of printing PDF eBooks. Here are the steps to print PDF on iPad via iBooks.
Step 1. Open PDF with iBooks.
No matter where you PDF files are saved to iPad, you can open them in iBooks. Simply tap the Open in button to open the specific PDF eBook on iBooks. And then in the Collection, tick PDF and then you could see your PDF collections on the virtual shelf. Select the PDF you need to print and open it.
Step 2. Print PDF
Slightly tap on the page of the PDF to enable the tool bar. On the ribbon, click the "Open in" icon, then you could see the option "Email" and "Print". Tap "Print" to reveal the "Printer Option". From here, you need to:
- Select Printer: select a printer that is available for your iPad. Make sure that you've connected to the wireless network. Otherwise, you cannot connect to any printer around your area.
- Select page range: print all pages or part of the PDF file
- How many copies to print: set for copies you want to make.
After all in done, tap the "Print" button to finish the task.
Actually there are many third-party apps being able to print PDF files on iPad. You might have purchased one or two, but have not found this functionality yet. Try to find the function if you do not want to use iBooks. If you already have iBooks installed, why bother to find another app to do the task?
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