If you’re a student, you’ve probably had to request an unofficial transcript from your school at some point. Instead of keeping a physical copy, you might prefer to save it as a PDF file on your iPhone. This article will guide you through the steps to save an unofficial transcript as a PDF on an iPhone.
Step 1: Open the Unofficial Transcript
The first step is to open the unofficial transcript on your iPhone. Most schools provide transcripts in a digital format, which can be accessed through an online portal or email. Open the email or the portal and locate the transcript.
Step 2: Take a Screenshot of the Transcript
Once you’ve located the transcript, take a screenshot of it. To take a screenshot on an iPhone, press the home button and the power button at the same time. This will take a screenshot of whatever is on your screen.
Step 3: Open the Screenshot
After taking the screenshot, open the Photos app on your iPhone. You should see the screenshot you just took in your camera roll.
Step 4: Edit the Screenshot
If necessary, edit the screenshot to crop out any unwanted parts. You can do this by selecting the screenshot and clicking the “Edit” button. Use your finger to crop the image as necessary.
People also ask:
Q: Can I save an unofficial transcript as a PDF without taking a screenshot?
A: It depends on how your school provides the transcript. If your school offers a PDF version, you can save it directly to your iPhone. If not, taking a screenshot is the easiest way to create a PDF.
Step 5: Save as PDF
Once you’ve edited the screenshot, click the “Share” button. This will bring up a list of options. Scroll down until you see “Save PDF to iBooks” and select it. This will save the screenshot as a PDF file and add it to your iBooks library.
People also ask:
Q: Can I save the PDF to a different app besides iBooks?
A: Yes, you can select other options from the share menu, such as “Save to Files” or “Save to Dropbox”.
Saving an unofficial transcript as a PDF on an iPhone is a simple process. By taking a screenshot and saving it as a PDF in iBooks, you can easily access your transcript whenever you need it.