How to Print PDF on Mac
To print copies of your PDF documents on Mac with UPDF, follow these simple steps:
- Click on the File and then hit the Print option. Or you can just press Command + P to proceed to print settings.
- In the pop-up window. You can set the properties of the Printer, Presets, Copies, and Pages. You can set the paper size, orientation, scale, media type, etc. by clicking the Show Details option.
- After implementing the desired properties, click the Print button to send the instructions to the selected printer.
Let's see which options does Print Settings offers while printing a PDF document on Mac:
- Printer: Select a particular printer connected to your Mac device.
- Copies: Copies option in Print Settings determine how many copies of the PDF you want to print.
- Pages: This option allows you to specify the page range you want to print out.
- Paper Size: Page size matters a lot, especially when working in a government or legal department. Several page sizes are available and used in these departments like A4, Legal, Letter, and more. The A4 is the standard and widely used size across the globe.
- Orientation: The orientation property allows you to change the direction of the pages like Portrait or Landscape.