How to create a PDF of the learning continuum data

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Introduction
While we do not have a PDF copy of the entire learning continuum, you can use your browser's print function and a PDF printer to create PDFs of specific learning continuum pages.

Steps

Mac OS X

Mac OS X has PDF printing built-in.
  1. Access the learning continuum page you wish to print.
  2. Expand all the sub-goal areas you are interested in.
  3. Follow these steps at Apple's website to save the page as a PDF: Save a document as a PDF.

 
Windows

Windows 10 has PDF printing built-in. For earlier versions of Windows, you must install a PDF printer. There are many free PDF printers available for download. To print to a PDF:
  1. Access the learning continuum page you wish to print.
  2. Expand all the sub-goal areas you are interested in.
  3. Select Print from your browser menu, or press Ctrl + P on the keyboard.
  4. Change the printer from your normal printer to the PDF printer. In Windows 10, the printer is called Microsoft Print to PDF
  5. Select Print, and you will be prompted to save the PDF.

NWEA cannot provide support for the use, installation, or troubleshooting of PDF printers.

 
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