Note:

Adobe will stop the Adobe Story CC service on January 22, 2019. Adobe Story CC, Adobe Story CC (Classic), and Adobe Story CC desktop application will be discontinued. See End of service FAQ for more information.

Available for: Adobe Story Plus

You can print a schedule to paper or PDF. While printing, you can choose to print day breaks on top of pages. You can choose to print specific columns and also choose to print each day starting on a new page.

Available for: Adobe Story Plus

  1. In the schedule view, select File > Print.

  2. In the Print dialog, do the following and click OK:

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    1. Select the columns you want to print. By default, the columns displayed in the schedule view are selected.

    2. Select Print each day starting on a new page. When you select this option, Adobe Story prints separate days’ schedule on separate pages. Adobe Story prints the day breaks on bottom of the pages, starting each of the next days’ schedule on new pages.

    3. When you select Fit all columns on one page, all the columns are printed on one page but the rows extend to more than one page. If you do not select this option and there are too many columns to print in one page’s width, Story uses multiple pages to print the columns. In such a case, Story prints all the rows for the columns that fit in a page and then prints rest of the columns. When you choose to print all the columns on the same page, select Landscape orientation(in the Printing Preferences dialog of the printer) for better readability.

  3. In the Print dialog, select printer and other settings. To print a schedule to a PDF file, select the Adobe PDF printer. To print a schedule to a PDF, ensure that you have Adobe Acrobat X or a PDF printer driver installed.

    For best results, print the reports in landscape, especially when you are printing all the columns on one page.

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