Export your project to a PDF
Exporting your project to a PDF is one of the primary ways you can share your project with others.
To export your project to a PDF file, click your project's Menu, and select Print/Export PDF from the drop-down.
TeamGantt gives you lots of options for customizing your PDF export. You can customize everything from the paper size and orientation to how resources, dependencies, and tasks appear within the PDF.
If you entered information in a different language using symbols, you can adjust the Face located under Font Settings.
Of course, those aren't the only options you have available. To see the full range of PDF possibilities, click Show Advanced Options.
These additional customizations enable you to adjust the width of your task column (by adjusting the Task Details Width to large or extra-large), which is helpful when your task names are cut off in the export. You can also alter Printed Date Format and choose the date range you want to print for your project.
Tip: TeamGantt will auto-zoom your PDF to fit on 1 exported page. If you need to zoom in or out of your project, we recommend adjusting the font size or printing your project in multiple “phases” by leveraging the date range feature.
For example, if you want to view a year-long project in more detail, page 1 could encompass January-June, and page 2 could cover July-December.
Note: The indication that your PDF is a SAMPLE shows while in trial mode. It will disappear once you purchase a subscription to TeamGantt.
Adding a company logo to your PDF
To upload a personalized logo to your exported TeamGantt projects, a manager with account admin status can go to Account Settings > Company Details:
Under Company Settings, click Upload Photo, and select a JPG, PNG, or GIF file of the logo you'd like to upload:
Once this information has been saved, your logo will appear on the top left side of the project when exported to PDF.
Note: This feature is only available if your account is on a paid subscription.
Trying to export a view other than Gantt view? Read more about exporting the other views!
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