How to Save a Gmail Message as a PDF or XPS Format on Windows 10?

Microsoft Print to PDF and Microsoft XPS Document Writer is built-in printers included with the Windows 10 operating system. This implies that users of Windows 10 do not require the installation of third-party software in order to print a file into PDF or XPS format. On Windows 10, you can print Gmail messages using these printers.

On sometimes, you might want to save an email you receive in Gmail as a PDF or XPS file. You can quickly share your email with others on a network site or as an email attachment by converting it to PDF or XPS. You can print a Gmail email into an XPS or PDF file for a variety of reasons that may be different for you.

In the risewindows article, we will discuss the procedures for converting email messages into either XPS or PDF formats.

How to Save a Gmail Message as a PDF or XPS Format on Windows 10?

Step 1: Launch a browser and sign into your Gmail account.

Step 2: Open the email you want to save as a PDF or XPS from your inbox.

Step 3: On the email message’s upper right corner, click on the More button (three dots). Choose Print from the menu of options.

Step 4: After selecting “Print,” a Print dialogue box will show up on the screen.

Step 5: Choose Microsoft Print to PDF and Microsoft XPS Document Writer from the drop-down menu next to “Destination” and press the Print button.

Step 6: Type the file’s name next to “Filename” on the following screen. Select XPS Document from the “Save as type” drop-down menu before clicking on the Save button.

You might instead choose OXPS Document to print your email instead.

Depending on your choice, after completing the above mentioned procedures, your email message will be available on your computer in either PDF, XPS, or OXPS. As an attachment or over your network, you can share it with anyone else.

That is it.

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