Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Export or print a Sway, part of Sway Essential Training.
- [Instructor] If you have a need to export a Sway,…you have two formats you can use.…You can export a Sway to Microsoft Word…or you can export a Sway as a PDF document.…You might want to do this…if you were evaluating a Sway…and wanted to make some design notes…to hand to someone else to do some work.…You might want to do that to create a script.…And you might want to do that to take parts of the Sway…and create a report that would accompany…someone actually viewing the Sway.…To be able to export a Sway,…click the More button, click Export.…
You'll be asked to choose either PDF or a Word document…and your Sway will be exported to the format that you chose.…You'll then be asked whether you want…to save or open that document.…If you open it, you need to save it…if you want to retain it.…And notice that it's a pretty chunky document,…1.4 megabytes that we'll then need to download.…When it's been downloaded, click Open.…And this is what my PDF looks like.…
The headings are used to formulate…page breaks in the PDF.…This isn't a bad-looking report.…
- Formulate Sways from existing documents or from scratch.
- Integrate heading cards and backgrounds into a Sway.
- Plan a design and navigation strategy for a Sway.
- Explain how to duplicate and remix when putting together a Sway.
- Recognize how to embed other content such as a YouTube video into a Sway.
- Illustrate how to make a copy or a template.
- Summarize ways to share a Sway.