Printing and Exporting

WorkSchedule.Net allows you to convert your schedule data into two printable formats: an XLS spreadsheet or a PDF file. To open and print the XLS file you will need either Microsoft Excel ® or OpenOffice.org ®. To open and print the PDF file, you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader ®.

OpenOffice.org ® can be downloaded for free from www.openoffice.org.

Adobe Acrobat Reader ® can be downloaded for free from www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html.

Microsoft Excel ® is not free, but you can find information about how to buy it at www.microsoft.com/excel.

To get a printable view of your schedule data, go to File | Print from the top menu.

 

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Then below you will see that you have the option to open this data as an XLS file, or a PDF file. Click on the button of your choice, and assuming you have the appropriate software loaded on your computer as explained above, you should see the file pop up in the chosen format.

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XLS PRINTABLE FORMAT

 

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You will see an XLS file that may look something like this, in a new window. (Actual appearance may vary.) At this point you can print or save the file.

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PDF PRINTABLE FORMAT

 

If you click on Open PDF file, you should see something like this is a new pop-up window. (Actual appearance may vary.) At this point you can print or save the file.

 

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Acrobat Reader ® is  a trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated. Microsoft Excel ® is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation.