I have not yet found a good way to PRINT the workflows from the EPDM Admin Tool. Can anyone provide a method for getting high-resolution output to a printer, or to a PDF file?
I use the Snipping Tool (Win7) and they save as .png.
They come out clear and the editing works well - makes it manageable to increase or decrease.
I prefer it over the built in print feature
Hope this helps
There is a print option in the workflow editor under the file menu.......not sure when they added it though.....maybe 2014 since that's when they added the ability to zoom and pan around the workflow.
The built in print workflow thing stops working for me after the workflow gets big. I just get blank sheets. So I also use the windows Sniping tool.
Similar to how Matt prints, but instead of the Snipping Tool from MS I use Print to PDF (I have Adobe X, it's ~$100) and it works well. The print to PDF is just my preferred method but it's worked well for me.
I have been using Snagit. If you have a large workflow that doesn't fit in your editor window, you don't have to zoom out, or lose any quality, using the scrolling capture feature. So that is another option.
Yes I agree, SnagIt works great.
I use Skitch. It has the same screen capture as winsnip, but you can also add arrows, text, shapes.... Free as well
My best workaround is to Print as XPS DOCUMENT and the print that document! that get's you around the Blank Sheet issue!
Good point Adrian. You reminded me that I actually printed to PDF and printed that last time I needed this. Also relatively easy to mark up. Sniping tool is my 2nd choice.
Thanks for all the suggestions, but to use a worn out phrase, "been there, done that".
My workflow is rather large in terms of real-estate that it occupies on an 11x17 sheet of paper. I can't get the resolution needed to permit the SMALL text to be read. Maybe I just need smaller workflows............
Yeah you can break up the giant workflow with Links. However, you are right they need a better way to print.
I'd also like to see an option in the Change State action where users could look at the workflow - while trying to remember what to do.
It'd be nice to have Visio Import/Export capabilities!
Hi! What about integrated solutions, like FolderMill (http://www.foldermill.com/). This solution is ideal for printing workflows.
I looked at FolderMill and I don't see that it can do EPDM workflows. Interesting thought though.
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