Updated Print Style Sheet
We have just recently updated the print style sheet for those who wish to print the tutorials or Getting Started Guides to paper (or to PDF, XPS, etc.)
- Printing to PDF is free on OS X or included if you own Acrobat Professional.
- Printing to XPS is free on Windows 7 or higher and can be used the same way as PDF.
It is also a free download for Windows XP users.
To use this, simply choose File > Print, and choose the format you wish to print to.
We have stopped creating the PDFs for our tutorials because they easily become out of sync when we make changes on a regular basis. They also limit the options for those who wish to download a hard copy to a format other than PDF. Most of our users are always connected to the internet, and prefer web-based tutorials. However, we acknowledge that we do have users that want to print the tutorials, and others who want to save a hard copy to their machine. Having a usable print style sheet will allow the user to choose how they wish to save the file.
For those who do download the tutorials, it is important that you check the site for any updates if you haven't followed them in a while. Many tutorials change regularly based on feedback from our users, and issues found by support staff. We list the "Last Updated" date at the bottom of each tutorial to help with this.
We always appreciate your feedback and for this reason, we have added a tutorial feedback form at the bottom of all our HTML-based tutorials. If you have any issues while following a tutorial, or something is missing or incorrect, please use this form to let us know and we will fix it as soon as possible.
For general feedback regarding documentation, please use the Feedback link at the top of our website, or use this link feedback.php. Choose "Documentation Feedback / Request" from the Type menu, and your comments will be sure to go to the right individual.