You can use the printing feature to print the resources you have created or downloaded, for paper-based activities and assessment.
To print tap Actions in the top left of the main view, then tap Print Story. You will be presented with a list of collections you have created, select one and you will be shown all the stories in that collection you can print. Choose which story you would like to print and you will then be shown printer options. From here you can then select which printer to send the pages to, as well as selecting specific pages to print.
The font face and text size in the printed story are determined by the Font and Large Text settings, just as when viewing the story within Special Stories, as described in Chapter 8.
In the Settings you can choose which paper size to print to. There are a range of commonly used paper sizes to choose from, select which one you would like to use and the resources will be scaled to size when printing.
If you has previously cancelled printing from the app, the next time you request it to print you may be presented with a message "This website has been blocked from automatically printing" and a choice of Ignore or Allow. Select Allow to continue with printing.
If you wish to save as a PDF instead of sending to a printer, proceed as far as the iOS printing dialog, then pinch outwards with 2 fingers on one of the page previews shown. This will reveal an action button that you can use to select a destination for the PDF file, for example to AirDrop to another device, send as an email attachment, or save to Files.
Owing to a limitation of iOS, it is not possible to suppress the page footers added by Safari when printing. Furthermore, a bug in Safari can cause these footers to be printed across the middle of the page instead of at the bottom (for instance, after selecting A3 paper). In this case, the position of the footers can be corrected by switching Orientation in the device's printing dialog from Portrait to Landscape and then immediately back to Portrait again.
If you has previously cancelled printing from the app, the next time you ask it to print you may be presented with a message "This webpage is trying to print. Do you want to print this webpage?" and a choice of Cancel or Print. Owing to an Apple bug, even if you select Print, all printed pages will subsequently be blank unless you close the app and reopen it. Because of this and other limitations in Safari, we recommend using Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge instead of Safari to run our web apps on macOS.
Unless you have associated Special Stories Plus with a Premium Makaton Membership, you will not be permitted to print stories containing Makaton symbols. Refer to Chapter 11 for more information.