Print a book file

In structured documents, element boundaries (either as brackets or as tags) are printable characters. Hide these boundaries before you print.

1)Update the book before you print files from it.

2)In the book window, do one of the following:

Select the file or files you want to print, and then choose File > Print Selected Files.

Choose File > Print Book.

3)Specify printing options and click Print.

Create a PostScript file

You can create a description of a document called a PostScript file (also called a print file). You might use a PostScript file to download the document later to a PostScript printer or to send the document to a service provider for typesetting.

Create a single print file from a document

1)Choose File > Print.

2)Select Print to File and enter the path and filename in the text box, or click Browse to specify a folder and filename.

Create a single print file for a book

1)In the book window, choose File > Print Book, or select the documents you want to print and choose File > Print Selected Files.

2)Select Print to File and enter the path and filename in the text box, or click Browse to specify a folder and filename.

3)Choose Single File from the Save Book As (or Save Selected Files As) pop-up menu. Then click Print.

Create a series of separate print files for a book

1)In the book window, choose File > Print Book, or select the documents you want to print and choose File > Print Selected Files.

2)Select Print to File and enter the path and filename in the text box, or click Browse to select a folder and type a filename.

3)Choose Single File or Separate File for Each Document from the Save Book As or Save Selected Files As pop-up menu. Then click Print.


September 30, 2016

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