Export as Portable Document Format (PDF)
A Maple worksheet exported as a Portable Document Format file can be opened in a PDF reader such as Adobe(R) Acrobat(R). The PDF document is formatted as it would appear if the Maple worksheet were printed using the active printer setting.
Images, plots, and embedded components may be resized in the PDF file.
In Windows and Linux, you can export text in a graphical form (suitable for publication), or as text with the appropriate font specification, which offers smaller file size and searchable text when using a PDF reader that supports that feature. You can access this option in the Export tab of the Options dialog. See Options>Export.
Windows and Linux
Section Options for Export to PDF
Open the worksheet that you want to export.
From the File menu, select Export As. The Export As dialog opens.
Select PDF as a file type.
Specify a path and folder for the file.
Enter a filename.
Specify options for export to PDF as described in Section Options for Export to PDF below.
From the File menu, select Print.
From the PDF drop-down list, select Save as PDF...
In the Save As dialog, enter a filename.
For more information on printing to PDF on Mac, see Print a Maple Worksheet.
When a document contains collapsed sections, you can select how it is exported.
In the Section Options for Print and PDF dialog, select one of the following:
Print document with all sections expanded.
Print document keeping sections exactly as shown on-screen.
Also, select whether section boundary lines, arrows, and indentation are removed.
To apply the settings globally, select the check box to remember these settings.
If this dialog is not shown, in under the Options dialog from the Tools menu, select the check box for Show section options before print or PDF. See the Options>General page for details.
Control Automatically Expanding Sections
Print a Maple Worksheet
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