Print from Revu
Revu provides a robust collection of print options.
Printing in Revu is controlled through the Print dialog box. To open this dialog box and print the current PDF, go to File > Print or press
Print options are broken up into sections. Some of these will be integral to your current print job and others will probably go untouched. Each section is discussed below.
Shows how the PDF will appear on the printed page.
Name: Lists the available printers on the system.
Properties: Opens the Windows Properties panel for the currently selected printer.
Status: Reports if the printer is ready, toner status, and so on. Status information varies by printer model.
To File: When enabled, print information is saved to a .prn file rather than sent to the printer.
Page Range: Select a range of pages to be printed from the following options:
- All Pages: Sets the range to all pages.
- Current: Sets the range to the current page only. The current page number will appear in parentheses, for example, Current (2) if page 2 is the current page.
- Selected: Sets the range to the current selection. This option only appears if pages were selected prior to invoking the command.
- Custom: Sets the range to a custom value.
When this option is selected, the field acts like a text box. Delete any text left in the field and enter the page or pages to be printed directly.To enter a custom range:
- Use a dash between page numbers to define those two pages and all pages in between.
- Use a comma to define pages that are separated.
For example: 1-3, 5, 9 will include pages 1, 2, 3, 5 and 9.
Get Window: Click this button to temporarily return to the document to define a rectangular region to set the print area.
Size: Use this list to select the page size manually.
Auto: Select this option to have Revu determine the physical paper size to use based on the page definition of the PDF.
Print: Defines what streams print. Choose among Document & Markups, Document Only, or Markups Only.
Copies: Determines how many copies of the PDF or selected pages will print.
Collate: Keeps pages in order when printing multiple copies. For example, if unchecked, two copies of a three-page document will print in this order: 1,1,2,2,3,3. If checked, the order will be 1,2,3,1,2,3.
Reverse: Check this box to print the file in reverse page order.
Rotation: Rotates the page content or allows Revu to automatically rotate the content when appropriate.
None: Prints the page at full scale.
Fit to Paper:
Expandsor shrink sthe page to fit the paper size.
Reduce to Paper: Reduces the page to fit the paper.
Custom Scale: Activates the Custom Scale field. Enter a custom scale percentage to manually scale the document to the page.
Fit to Margins: Expands or shrinks the page within the margins of the paper.
Reduce to Margins: Shrinks the page to fit within the margins of the paper.
Multiple Pages per Sheet: Prints multiple pages on each sheet of paper. Activates the following additional settings:
Pages per: Determines the number of pages to a sheet. Choosing a number other than 1 will result in the defined number of pages being shrunk to fit the page.
Layout: Chooses the orientation and direction of the pages on the sheet.
Center: Automatically centers the content on the page. To manually position the content, turn off this option and enter the X and Y position of the upper-left corner of the content.
Dim Page Content: De-emphasizes the page content so that the annotations appear more prominent in the printout.
Dim Filtered Markups: De-emphasizes the markups so the content of the page is more prominent.
Print Spaces: Shows Spaces on printed page.
Print Visible Hyperlinks: Shows Hyperlink markups that have the "Visible" property enabled on the printed page.
- Advanced opens the Advanced Printing dialog box.
- Defaults returns the settings in the Print window back to the default values.
- Add Files selects additional files and Batch Print.
- Print sends the job to the printer.