How to save worksheets in pdf file type?

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sorry I'm a new Sage user and I'd like to save a Sage worksheet (.sws) in .pdf file type. But I can't find the way to do that, so can you please give me a precise instruction?

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asked Aug 13 '13

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You save the worksheet as (.sws) but you print worksheets as .pdf. The difference is that you can go back and modify a worksheet but you'll need to print a brand new .pdf of the output. To print the worksheet as .pdf go to the upper left hand corner and select the "File" tab.

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Choose "Print" and another window opens up showing you the ouptput of your worksheet.

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Choose "File" in the new window and then "Print"; now you'll specify that you want to print as a .pdf and specify the location. On my computer it actually created a folder (called PDF) in my home folder so I was unable to initially find the file. Only by searching for the document did I realize a new folder was created.

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posted Aug 14 '13

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There is another possible solution, though not as straightforward. You could use sws2rst or sws2tex to create a document that can be compiled to pdf (using Sphinx or TeX, respectively). I like the output from both of these, and they are worth knowing about; however, they may be more than you need.

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