In general, Canvas pages can be printed via any web browser. To print annotated student submissions requires Adobe Acrobat and a few more steps. Please see below for directions. If you need help printing from Canvas, please contact Academic Technologies for assistance.
To print a Canvas page via the web browser
- Navigate to the page you would like to print
- Use the print function to preview the page to double-check you're getting all pages
Part 1: Create a PDF of the student submission via Canvas
- Go to SpeedGrader
- Open the student's submission
- Use the down-arrow button at upper left of the student submission to download student submission in PDF format to your computer
Part 2: Print via Adobe Acrobat to capture comments/feedback:
Open the PDF in Adobe Acrobat to use the "Print" function via Adobe Acrobat:
- In the print settings window that comes up, go to Comments & Forms at right
- check that Document and Markups is showing in the drop-down menu and click on the Summarize Comments button,
- this should open another (smaller) pop-up window asking,
- "Do you want to include the text of summarized comments int he document being printed?"
- Click on the "Yes" button
- Allow Adobe Actobat a minute or so to process this request
- After the request has processed, you should see there are additional pages to print (the comments are printed on separate pages following the original submission)
- Click "Print"