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Hi all :

I am new to Embedded Wizard, I am learning according to the offical documentation. 

I find that the documentation on doc.embedded-wizard.de is very good. But I would like to get a PDF version, since I am used to make some note on the PDF, it is good for me to review what I had learned, is it possibile?

Thank you!

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Hello John,

I'm very sorry, but our documentation is provided in HTML (online) format only. We don't have any PDF version. I would recommend you thus the following approach:

1. Using WebBrowser navigate to the desired doc chapter.

2. Print the chapter and select in the Print dialog that you want the outputs to be stored in a PDF file.

3. Then you should get a PDF file containing the corresponding chapter.

Of course, this is not a replacement for a real PDF document. Nevertheless, I hope it helps you a little bit.

Best regards

Paul Banach
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Thank you Paul smiley

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Unofficial documentation

The documentation was created by me and is unofficial.
It is not supported in any way by the Embedded Wizard team. Please direct all objections to me. I have made every effort to make it as accurate as possible.The current file is for version 11.0.

Navigating the chapters is possible using the menu on the left or the tabs in the pdf document.
The pages are arranged so that you can browse the sections one by one.
This is the final version of the documentation for version 11.0 and no changes are planned to the post or the document itself.

Below link version 11.0:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1M4zmeLilsoKR3mcKGEA8lGk9pETS3W6M/view?usp=sharing

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yesWow! This is fantastic, it is exactly what I want, thank you very much Kyo! 

By the way, could you tell me a little bit about how you made this PDF?  In case of next time I have similar problem, I can make it by myself.

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Sorry, when I check the PDF again, I find that the PDF miss some page,  like Chora "statement: break", "signal" "postsignal" etc.
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Updated post above.

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Thank you again Kyo!

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