How to export notes from the Notes app as PDF on iPhone, iPad and Mac

Export Note as PDF Notes on Mac

Export Note as PDF Notes on Mac

If you use the Notes app on iOS and Mac, then you know it’s a good note-taking tool. It syncs between your devices with iCloud, has formatting options for your notes, and lets you add passwords to secure certain notes.

Another handy feature of the Notes app is that you can export notes to PDFs. This is great if you need to import a note to a different app or need to share a PDF with someone for a specific purpose.

To help you out, we have this short tutorial that shows you how to export notes from the Notes app on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.

Export notes on iPhone and iPad

Open the Notes app on your iPhone or iPad and then do the following to export a note.

1) Select the note you want to export.

2) Click tap the share button on the top right.

3) Select Create PDF.

Create PDF Notes on iPhone

Create PDF Notes on iPhone

4) When the PDF appears, tap the share button on the bottom left. You can then use your device’s sharing options to send or save your file.

5) Tap Done when you finish.

You’ll be prompted to Save File To or Delete PDF when you tap Done. Make your selection and you’ll be back in the Notes app.

Save or Delete Notes PDF on iPhone

Save or Delete Notes PDF on iPhone

Export notes on Mac

On your Mac, open the Notes app and then follow these steps to export a note.

1) Select the note you want to export.

2) Click File > Export as PDF from the menu bar.

Export Note as PDF Notes on Mac

Export Note as PDF Notes on Mac

3) Rename your file or add a tag if you like. Then select the export location and click Save.

Wrapping it up

If you ever need to export notes from the Notes app, on either iOS or Mac, you can see just how easy it is. If you’re a fan of the Notes app, feel free to share your own tips and tricks in the comments below or ping us on Twitter.

And be sure to check out our tutorials on how to use lines and grids along with how to work with tables in Notes.

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