Export to PDF from Web notebook

I would like to give my customers the posibility to export a web notebook to PDF for printing. 

  • Jan Rutger Voorhorst
  • Feb 25 2015
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  • be sch commented
    March 12, 2015 12:51

    Yes, please. I need it too for our project, because not everyone has access to AHA

  • Michal Anderson commented
    December 4, 2015 18:19

    As much as we want to live in an "online" world, a lot of folks still want their copy or a paper copy.  The ability to export to PDF is the perfect way to get both.

  • Kalyndra Craven commented
    March 31, 2016 16:03

    Love this idea!!

  • Jeri McGonnell commented
    September 26, 2016 18:47

     Our company needs this functionality as well and at the moment there are no good workaround so this capability is really needed

  • Sovit Biswas commented
    February 10, 2017 06:52

    Yes, we definitely need this feature.

    A link to download the PDF version of a notebook from the Web Version is required.

  • John Seifert commented
    September 11, 2017 17:46

    I echo others on this idea.  

  • Guest commented
    January 25, 2018 17:53

    When printing, ensure that everything is legible. I have to manually snip the notebook in pieces right now and enlarge it so my management team can read it. 

  • Julia Doyle commented
    June 6, 2018 13:34

    It's hard to transition folks who are used to having hard-copy, paper, Word document MRD’s to a more flexible interactive system like Aha. We have some people who are on board and willing to understand how to navigate and use Aha to its full capabilities, and other people who really just want to be able to print out a set of requirements and read through them. To prevent people from seeing out-of-date info, it would be useful to be able to send them to a location where the most up-to-date document can be found.

    It’s really great that the pdf includes links that will take them into Aha. That is helpful to get folks to transition into actually using Aha rather than wanting a document output from Aha. As they read through the document, they can follow links back to feature in Aha and add comments or view related features.