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Hello,

Is it possible in OmniOutliner 4 to print selected rows? I intend to use OmniOutliner for weekly lesson planning, so I will have many rows with lots of 'sub rows'. Often, as a backup, I would like to be able just print out that day's lesson plan, or, in other words, just a few particular rows. Can I do this?

Thanks.
 
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Hello,

Is it possible in OmniOutliner 4 to print selected rows? I intend to use OmniOutliner for weekly lesson planning, so I will have many rows with lots of 'sub rows'. Often, as a backup, I would like to be able just print out that day's lesson plan, or, in other words, just a few particular rows. Can I do this?

Thanks.
Hello there.
I asked this same question a while back. OO3 was able to print selected rows. OO4 doesn't, but hopefully it will.
I also use OO for lesson planning. For now, I keep each day under a level one row. Choose the row via the left side, sidebar and print from there.

hth, Scott
 
Thanks for the suggestion, Scott. I'm more or less doing the same thing now. Let's hope OO4 gets this capability. It's a fantastic tool for lesson planning and teaching in general!
 
I have found that if you "Focus" the row you want and select "Print" from the menu, you will be able to print just the focused row.
 
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I have found that if you "Focus" the row you want and select "Print" from the menu, you will be able to print just the focused row.
Very true. I find that this is one of several functions removed in OO4 that simply requires more clicks to get the same job done though. In this case, it's just one, but still.

Scott
 
 


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