Playground Web: Print Multiple Pages

Follow the steps below if you'd like to print content from Playground Web over multiple pages. This will allow you to create larger scale prints which you can display at your centre in prime viewing areas for parents, educators and visitors!

Before following these instructions, please ensure you are using Playground with Google Chrome and/or have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed in order to view the downloaded file. You can install Chrome here and Adobe Acrobat Reader is available for download here.


Save as PDF

  1. Navigate to a Observation, Canvas or Table and Press ‘Print’ to view the Print Preview screen.
  2. Select the paper size you wish to use to print the final document.
  3. Select whether you'd like to print Outcomes, Children Tagged and/or Reflections.
  4. Ensure you have the entire area you wish to print within the grey dotted lines by using the zoom in/out buttons at the bottom of the screen. 
  5. Press the ‘Print’ button in the top right hand corner when you're ready. 
  6. Save as PDF, choose the file destination and Press ‘Print’.


Print Multiple Pages using Adobe Acrobat Reader

Open the PDF using Adobe Acrobat Reader. Use the link above if you need to download the program.


Press the ‘Print’ button in the top left. 


Press the ‘Poster’ button under Page Sizing & Handling. Configure the tile scale as desired. This will automatically split the canvas across multiple pages, depending on how large the canvas is. Press ‘Print’ when you are ready. You may need to adjust your printer settings to select the correct paper size.


Print Multiple Pages using Google Chrome

1. Navigate to a canvas and Press ‘Print’ to view the Print Preview screen. Using the grey dotted border, select the half of the canvas you wish to print using A4 paper. Press ‘Print when you are ready.Screen_Shot_2020-05-11_at_4.17.50_pm.png2. Click and drag the grey dotted line to cover the other half of the canvas. Press Print when you are ready.


3. After printing, tape or stick the A4 paper together in order to reconstruct the entire canvas.