Answered By: APUS Course Materials
Last Updated: Sep 02, 2019     Views: 2339

Yes.   If you:

You should be able to click the "print" option in the .swf file, then change the printer to "Adobe PDF."   Then, click "Print."  The file should convert to PDF format and open in another window, where you can save it to your computer.

If this does not work, remember that you can still print .swf files to paper using a normal printer.  See other textbook printing options here.

 

If you have questions about your textbook, please contact the Electronic Course Materials team at ecm@apus.edu.

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