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Linda Colano

Hi Ashley,
Here are the steps I followed.

Saving a copy of a Rise presentation to a viewable file on a computer

In Articulate
1. Export the Rise course for No LMS - Web only

Viewing zipped files from Articulate Rise On your computer
1. Unzip the presentation folder.

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2. Open the extracted folder and Right click on the index file and select Open with

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3. Select Google Chrome to view the file.
4. The presentation will now open for viewing.
5. Tools

1. Internet access will be required to view the presentation and request changes.
2. Google Chrome will be required to view the presentation.

Linda Lola Colano
Applications Specialist
APN Health
Ma;262.337.1625
lindalola.colano@apnhealth.com

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Alyssa Gomez

Hi Linda! It looks like you replied to this thread via email. When you do that, your screenshots will not come through.

Instead, can you please help me by...

  1. Watching this short video tutorial. 
  2. Recording a Peek screen recording of what you're seeing on your end.
  3. Click here to open the forum thread, then send me the link to your Peek video.

I'll be standing by!

Stephen Walker

Hi all,
I have the same need as the original poster - I would like to be able to export or print the course in a format I can annotate. I can get the course to display in Chrome after exporting as Web only and opening the index.html file but there still isn't a way to print a page with more than what is on screen at any time. 

Any other ideas? I need to export my course in an easy format to add notes for the client, our designers etc.

Thanks

Cass Netzley
Stephen Walker

Hi all,
I have the same need as the original poster - I would like to be able to export or print the course in a format I can annotate. I can get the course to display in Chrome after exporting as Web only and opening the index.html file but there still isn't a way to print a page with more than what is on screen at any time. 

Any other ideas? I need to export my course in an easy format to add notes for the client, our designers etc.

Thanks

Check out the following thread, page 2, Stephen.

https://community.articulate.com/discussions/rise/printing-pdf-from-rise?page=2

In particular, the comment by the SVP of Engineering at Articulate, Mike Olivieri.

Rise > PDF is coming very soon. I've been needing it for a while now as a mean of allowing learners to comment, outside of A360 people to review, and print options. It's been one of the top requested options for a year now from my fellow staff and our learners that attend a beta-teach using Rise content to facilitate it. We have to be able to print for conducting courses in particular countries and this would resolve that as well.