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How to create PDFs on iPhones

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Illustration by Samar Haddad / The Verge

It may sound funny to say this, but PDF files — electronic copies of printed documents — are still around and are still very useful. Short for Portable Document Format, PDFs allow you to create a digital version of a paper document, letting you store and access them a lot easier than having to rifle through a filing cabinet.

While there are a variety of PDF apps available — Adobe Acrobat being the most well known — you actually don’t need to download one to create a PDF from an existing paper document with your iPhone or iPad. You can just use Apple’s Files or Notes.

Create a PDF from a paper document using Files

It’s very quick to create a PDF using your Files app (thanks to two of our readers, chadsmo and Just_Some_Nobody). The…

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