Print a File open in Viewer

This article helps you understand how to print a file open in viewer.

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Open the required file in viewer which you need to print.

Next, follow the steps for navigating to File Viewer More Options.

In the 'More Options' menu, select 'Print File' option (under 'Print' category) to print the file including markups & changemarks as applicable.

A layered screen appears.

'Print Document' window contains:

  • Print Documents - To print the selected files. This checkbox is checked by default.

  • Incl. Metadata - To include file metadata while printing files.

  • Incl. Mark Ups - To include markups while printing files. If there are markups on selected files, you will get an option to select which markups to print from each file selected for printing.
    Note: In case project configuration was changed from Thin Client Viewer (now discontinued) to Universal Web Viewer, required information related to markups (if applicable) will appear in below sequence:

    1. Consolidated view of all public markups created in Thin Client Viewer (includes all file pages).

    2. Only private markups created on file that were released as public after viewer was changed from Thin Client Viewer to Universal Web Viewer (includes only those file pages having private markups released as public).

    3. Consolidated view of all file markups created in Universal Web Viewer (includes both public and private markups on all file pages).

  • Fit Inside Banners - To fit the file within the margins of the paper.

  • Print Comments - To include aMessages while printing files.

  • Incl. Comment Attachments - To include aMessage attachments while printing files.

  • Only Comment Attachments - To print aMessage attachments only.

4. Click 'Print' to print the selected files. The print preview will appear as a PDF in another browser tab. Click on the print option as applicable in the PDF view to go ahead and select the printing options on your local device.

Else, click 'Cancel' to go back to the previous screen without printing the file.

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