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Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Steve,

Javascript is supported in the HTML5 output (not the mobile player), so you may want to look into threads such as this one where users are discussing utilizing Javascript to print elements of the Storyline course.

Hope that helps - and hope that if there are other ideas the community is able to weigh in here!

Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Steve,

I'm also not equipped to support Java, but there are a number of community members here with expertise.  The forums have some enhanced search functionality - look for the magnifying glass towards the top of the page - and you may want to use that to find other threads about how to do this with Javascript. 

SADHANA S

We had this issue recently where we needed to print customized survey result on iPad which has Course Name, Learner Name, Date, Time, Question columns, Options column and the selected options column and we did it! We used web object + JavaScript for the same. I can provide online link if anybody interested to see it!

Ali Goulet

Hi Sadhana, Thanks for popping in to share your experience here! You're more than welcome to share the link here if you'd like, as I'm sure others will find your example helpful. This thread is a bit dated, so I'm not sure if everyone is still subscribed. If you wanted to reach out to Steve directly, you can do so by using the "Contact Me" feature in his profile.