Print diagram from Process Modeler
Synthis Process Modeler offers a variety of printing options. By default, all diagrams are scaled to fit on a single page. However, it is possible to print wide/tall diagrams across multiple pages. Advanced printing options such as wall-chart printing are also possible, provided you are connected to a capable printer.
The ‘File -> Print Setup’ dialog allows you to control how your diagrams will appear on a printed page. You can specify various combinations of vertical and horizontal alignment as well as add pre-defined and custom information to the header and footer sections of the page, such as the diagram name and number of pages.
The ‘File -> Print Preview’ option shows you how your printed diagram will look when printed. The page margins are show in gray.
The ‘File -> Print’ option allows you to print the active diagram to your default/selected printer using any print options specified in the ‘Print Setup’ dialog.
Print diagram from published Synthis Maps
Our new ‘Synthis Maps’ HTML template now includes a ‘Print’ button in the top-right corner of the diagram window that automatically scales the selected diagram to fit on a single page. Just click on this button to open your standard print dialog and print the selected diagram image.
Printing Your Published HTML Documents
Synthis Process Modeler R4 comes with various publishing templates that lend themselves to hard copy printing (Process Narrative, Ownership Document, Controls Matrix, etc.). Simply use your Web browser’s standard print function to print these documents.
When printing the Process Narrative, you may want to click on the ‘Print Optimized’ link that appears above any of the process map images. This will automatically switch the image resolution so that it prints with full detail. By default, the embedded process map images are optimized for online viewing.
Also, please note that you may need to adjust your Web browser’s settings to print the document as it appears on screen. For example, your browser may not be configured to print background colors and images.
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- Process Mapping Basics
- Process Modeler FAQs